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  • Assessment of centralised procurement of medicines in Portugal
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  • full report
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  • authors: Sabine Vogler, Katharina Habimana, Eveli Bauer, Peter Schneider, Manuel Alexander Haasis ; project assistant: Monika Schintlmeister ; translation of abstract and executive summary: A. Sousa Coutinho ; funding by the European Union ; Gesundheit Österreich Forschungs- und Planungs GmbH
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Gesundheit Österreich GmbH (Herausgeber/in) |
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  1. Vogler, Sabine |
  2. Habimana, Katharina |
  3. Schneider, Peter |
  4. Haasis, Manuel Alexander |
  5. Gesundheit Österreich GmbH |
  6. Europäische Union |
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  • HT020933833
1000 Erscheinungsort Vienna
1000 Verlag Gesundheit Österreich Forschungs- und Planungs GmbH
1000 Erscheinungsjahr 2021
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  1. Monografie |
  2. Report |
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  • This study assesses the performance of centralised procurement of medicines (CPM) in Portugal from a public health perspective and develops policy recommendations. The OECD “Methodology for Assessing Procurement Systems” (MAPS) was applied in an adapted manner. Information was retrieved from the literature and procurement documents, including bids of selected procurement procedures, and from 42 interviews, thereof 37 on-site interviews with representatives of public authorities, hospitals and regional health administrations, patients and the pharmaceutical industry. Input of procurement experts of five European countries, of Portuguese participants in a stakeholder workshop and of academics in a Delphi survey have contributed to quality-assurance, participation and acceptance. The Shared Services of the Ministry of Health (SPMS) is responsible for performing centralised procurement processes, which comprise both open procedures (Aquisições centralizadas / AC) with one (or two) suppliers and the two-stage processes of framework agreements (Acordos Quadros / AQ). Legal implementation of CPM is compliant with European standards, and the Portuguese system was found to have several strengths. These include its contribution to lower prices (compared to individual purchases) in several (but not all) cases and thus to savings for the public sector, to improved transparency of processes and governance, to more equity in access to medicines across Portugal and to a lower workload for individual procurers. However, weaknesses were also identified. There is a lack of strategy related to CPM and a lack of clarity related to the roles and responsibilities of SPMS and further relevant public institutions and stakeholders with regard to their CPM activities. [...]
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access to medicines
Public procurement
ddc 610 Medizin und Gesundheit
1000 DOI 10.4126/FRL01-006427709 |
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  • carried out with funding by the European Union via the Structural Reform Support Programme and in cooperation with the Directorate-General for Structural Reform Support of the European Commission ; inhaltliche Zusammenfassung in portugiesischer und englischer Sprache
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  1. Assessment of Centralised Procurement of Medicines in Portugal
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  • 1 Online-Ressource (XXV, 58, LXIV Seiten)
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