multisource drug

multisource drug

[mul′tisôrs]
Etymology: L, multus + OFr, sourse, origin
a pharmaceutic that can be purchased under any of several trademarks from different manufacturers or distributors. See also generic equivalent, generic name.
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The manufacturer of the multisource drug does not offer the PBM a rebate; the manufacturer of the single-source drug does.
in Mexico City which manufactures injectable and oral finished multisource drug products.
A MAC is established as the maximum amount payable for a multisource drug and is set to represent the lowest unit price at which the drug is widely and consistently available for purchase by pharmacists.
Second, once it gains approval, the multisource drug must prove "interchangeable" with the original medicine.
At Lemery, in Mexico City, GNSA also manufactures oral and injectable finished multisource drug products and sells through distributors in Latin America and North Africa to name a few.
We are pleased to report continued improvement in revenues and reduction in the losses as we transition from proprietary drug development to the multisource drug business," said Dr.
in Mexico City, which manufactures injectible and oral finished multisource drug products.
We are pleased to report substantial revenues for the first time in the history of the company as we transition from proprietary drug development to the multisource drug business," said Dr.
Multisource drugs were reimbursed at 106% of the drug's ASP.
The two basic categories into which multisource drugs have been placed are indicated by the first letter as follows:
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