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ACM’s response to the health insurers’ agreement on the distribution of the costs of the COVID-19 crisis for 2020
For 2020, Dutch health insurers are allowed to distribute the costs of the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis among themselves. Without such distribution, the continuity of health care provision could be at risk.
Dutch health insurers may distribute the additional costs of effects of the coronavirus crisis among each other
This year, Dutch health insurers may distribute the additional costs of the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis among themselves. Without such distribution among themselves, the continuity of health care provision could be at risk.
Drug manufacturer AbbVie will not force hospitals to purchase exclusively or to a large extent from AbbVie through discount schemes. ACM has closed its investigation into AbbVie and anti-rheumatic drug Humira.
ACM wishes to gain more insight into the functioning of the markets for hospital information systems, and into the digital exchange of information within health care. Consulting firm KPMG will carry out a market study first.
ACM extends its investigation into the orphan drug CDCA manufactured by Leadiant. The investigation focuses on the pricing of the drug, and on possible abuse of a dominant position.
ACM studies: the insured’s diversity of wishes affects the negotiation balance between health insurers and hospitals
Health insurers must constantly find the right balance between the various wishes of insured. That affects their position in negotiations with hospitals.
ACM: Health insurers are allowed to give health care providers financial support collectively during Coronavirus crisis
Health insurers can make collective arrangements to support health care providers during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. These arrangements concern continuity contributions and advances on payments to health care providers that are not directly involved in helping Coronavirus patients.