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The practice of combining a number of electronic journals, usually produced by one publisher for one reduced price.
The consolidation of 2 or more services, supplies, drugs or other resources into fewer categories for payment purposes.
A term of art referring to an attempt by a pharmaceutical company to link the availability of a drug to a mandatory (and for-profit) monitoring system, in order to reduce the liability from a well-known and potentially fatal side effect of that drug. The only drug that has been thusfar “bundled” is clozapine; 1–2% of clozapine-treated patients develop potentially fatal agranulocytosis.
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bundlingManaged care The consolidation of 2 or more services–bundled service, supplies, drugs or other resources into fewer categories for payment–bundled payment. See Ancillary packaging, Significant procedure packaging. Cf Unbundling.
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A mandatory system of drug distribution involving monitoring and reporting side effects to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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