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The Future of European Pharmaceutical Distribution
Date:6/1/2011

tion of Pharmaceutical Wholesalers (BAPW), Torfarm, Unione Farmaceutica, Voigt AG, World Health Organization (WHO)

USE THIS REPORT TO:

- Identify key areas that will change in the pharmaceutical market structure over the next five years.

- Support internal planning and decision-making with an external perspective founded on detailed analysis and transparent market forecasts.

- Understand how the market and regulatory environment could change  

Remember URCH Publishing's healthcare management reports are designed to help business executives make properly informed and timely business decisions.

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction to European Pharmaceutical Distribution

The pharmaceutical supply chain

Pharmaceutical manufacturers in the EU

The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industry Associations (EFPIA)

Biotech drugs

European Biopharmaceutical Enterprises (EBE)

Vaccines

European Vaccine Manufacturers (EVM)

Pharmacies in the EU

The Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU)

Dispensing doctors

Wholesalers in the EU

Groupement International de la Repartition Pharmaceutique (GIRP)

The hospital sector

Pre-wholesaling

History of the pharmaceutical supply chain

Dynamics in the supply chain

Relationships within the supply chain

Vertical integration

New changes in the supply change

Outlook for the supply chain

Case study: tax-efficient supply chain management

Global perspectives for European pharmaceutical distribution

Case study: consolidation among US pharmaceutical wholesalers

Case study: US wholesalers poised to enter Europe

Case study: US analysis of the DTP model

European status of the supply chain

European market harmonisation and pharmaceutical distribution

The politics of EU healthcare
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