Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharma #regulatory #affairs

Posted On Jun 17 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


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Posted On Jun 17 2017 by

#pharma consultant # Consultations in Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Toxicology, Chemistry Nutrition Drug Injury, drug testing and interpretation, Alcohol testing and effects James Thomas O’Donnell, Pharm.D. M.S. FCP, ABCP, FACN, R.Ph.. is a pharmacologist, pharmacist and nutritionist. His career has included pharmacy practice in a variety of settings, as well as teaching, research, publications, and consultations in pharmacology, pharmacy, and nutrition to industry, government, health care, publishing and legal fields. He is Associate Professor of Pharmacology at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, where he served as the Course Director for the Medical Pharmacology program. He also held Faculty appointments at …


Sick of pharmaceutical ads? Here – s why they won – t go away #pharmaceutical

Posted On Jun 15 2017 by

#pharmaceutical advertising # It seems like every other billboard and commercial in the U.S. is for a prescription drug. And yet consumers can t buy them without a doctor s approval. So why target consumers with these ads? Do we really have that much influence over physicians? Here s how the U.S. became one of the only countries in the world where pharmaceutical companies peddle drugs to ordinary people. Food and Drug Administration Loopholes The United States and New Zealand are the only countries in the world that allow direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceuticals. Most countries banned the practice in the …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharma #sales #rep

Posted On May 19 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


Sick of pharmaceutical ads? Here – s why they won – t go away #dalton

Posted On Apr 30 2017 by

#pharmaceutical advertising # It seems like every other billboard and commercial in the U.S. is for a prescription drug. And yet consumers can t buy them without a doctor s approval. So why target consumers with these ads? Do we really have that much influence over physicians? Here s how the U.S. became one of the only countries in the world where pharmaceutical companies peddle drugs to ordinary people. Food and Drug Administration Loopholes The United States and New Zealand are the only countries in the world that allow direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceuticals. Most countries banned the practice in the …


James T O – Donnell – James J O – Donnell #nature #s #pharma

Posted On Apr 23 2017 by

#pharma consultant # Consultations in Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Toxicology, Chemistry Nutrition Drug Injury, drug testing and interpretation, Alcohol testing and effects James Thomas O’Donnell, Pharm.D. M.S. FCP, ABCP, FACN, R.Ph.. is a pharmacologist, pharmacist and nutritionist. His career has included pharmacy practice in a variety of settings, as well as teaching, research, publications, and consultations in pharmacology, pharmacy, and nutrition to industry, government, health care, publishing and legal fields. He is Associate Professor of Pharmacology at the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, where he served as the Course Director for the Medical Pharmacology program. He also held Faculty appointments at …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharma #times

Posted On Apr 14 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


Sick of pharmaceutical ads? Here – s why they won – t go away #pharmaceutical

Posted On Apr 12 2017 by

#pharmaceutical advertising # It seems like every other billboard and commercial in the U.S. is for a prescription drug. And yet consumers can t buy them without a doctor s approval. So why target consumers with these ads? Do we really have that much influence over physicians? Here s how the U.S. became one of the only countries in the world where pharmaceutical companies peddle drugs to ordinary people. Food and Drug Administration Loopholes The United States and New Zealand are the only countries in the world that allow direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceuticals. Most countries banned the practice in the …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharmaceutical #packaging

Posted On Mar 27 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …


Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren – t Bribing Doctors – Bloomberg View #pharmaceutical #chemistry

Posted On Feb 8 2017 by

#pharmaceutical reps # Maybe Pharmaceutical Reps Actually Aren’t Bribing Doctors Is your doctor willing to sell you out for the price of a sandwich? That s the implication a lot of people seem to have taken from a new study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It looked at the prescribing behavior of physicians for whom pharmaceutical reps bought meals, and found that those who got even a meal worth less than $20 — think Olive Garden or Potbelly, not Le Bernardin — were significantly more likely to prescribe brand-name medications that had a cheaper alternative. I m a little less …