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Pharma In The New Health Economy: Pressures From Accelerating Market Trends

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Health care reforms aimed at reducing medical costs will affect pharmaceutical companies more rapidly and in different ways than expected, thanks to accelerated changes by payors and providers. The three big trends that will reshape the health care market, and what pharmas need to do to counterbalance their effect.

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