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Author(s)
박성민한은아
Issued Date
2024-05-31
Keyword
Indication-based pricingChallenges and prerequisites
Abstract
We have examined the technical feasibility of introducing an indication-based pricing (IBP) system for multi-indication pharmaceuticals. The implementation of IBP systems can be designed in three ways. First, a separate pharmaceutical permit can be pursued for each indication, with prices for each product set separately (“indication-specific individual permit method”). Second, the listing price of the same pharmaceutical product remains the same during the distribution process regardless of the indication, but the actual prices are determined based on the indications and are established between insurers and pharmaceutical companies after listing (“post-settlement method”). Third, the listing price of the same drug is set differently according to the indication during distribution (“separate listing-price method”). All three designs entail institutional challenges for actual implementation. Due to the various institutional prerequisites required for introducing an IBP system, it is essential to consider potential costs from the perspective of insurers preparing for such requirements. Consequently, the introduction of an IBP system should be contemplated from the long-term perspective and there is an imperative need for a quantitative estimation of the drawbacks and benefits of introducing an IBP system.
Publisher
심사평가연구소
DOI
10.52937/hira.24.4.1.e2
URI
https://repository.hira.or.kr/handle/2019.oak/3260
Alternative Title
Challenges and Prerequisites for an Indication-Based Drug Pricing System in Korea
Publisher
심사평가연구소
Location
KOR
p-ISSN
2765-6764
e-ISSN
2765-7353
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