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3rd EMA-payer meeting on 12 March 2021 17-03-2021

 
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Payers and EMA discussed evidence generation along the life-cycle of medicines

On 12 March, representatives from the European Social Insurance Platform (ESIP), the payer platform Medicines Evaluation Committee (MEDEV), the International Association of Mutual Benefit Societies (AIM) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) met for the third time to further explore synergies and foster mutual understanding and cooperation on evidence generation, with the aim of better aligning evidence requirements for the different decision-making processes. On this occasion the focus was on evidence generation along the life-cycle of medicinal products.

More proposals on managing & preventing shortages 26-02-2021

 
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New ESIP Paper on shortages of Medical Devices and PPE

In light of the lessons learned from COVID-19, ESIP welcomes and supports the reinforced European commitment to secure continuous supply of medicines, medical devices (MD) and personal protective equipment (PPE). In our recently adopted position paper we outline proposals for securing supply of MD and PPE, building upon our position on medicines shortages and taking stock of the measures specific to MD in the legislative proposals on Building an EU Health Union.

Shaping the future Health Data Space 03-02-2021

 
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ESIP first insights on the Inception Impact Assessment

On 23 December the European Commission opened consultations on a European Health Data Space (EHDS). The evaluation roadmap/inception impact assessment remained open for feedback until 3 FebruaryThis initiative would complement the proposal for a Data Governance Act and promote access to and exchange of health data for primary use (healthcare delivery) and secondary use (research and development, policy-making).

Further steps towards a EU Health Union 02-02-2021

 
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ESIP feedbacks to the legislative proposals on strengthening crisis preparedness

On 11 November the European Commission released a package of three legislative proposals for a European Health Union. ESIP commented on two of the proposed Regulations: on a reinforced role for the EMA and on serious cross-border threats to health.