Performance-linked access system

What is Performance-linked access system?

Performance-linked access system definition and meaning on Health terms:
A performance-linked access system is a system used to minimise known safety risks of a medicine, once it is on the market. These systems guide prescribing, dispensing, and use of the medicine. They are put in place when products have significant or unique benefits in a particular patient group or condition, but when unusual risks also exist, such as irreversible disability or death. These systems can include: prescription only by specially certified healthcare practitioners, product dispensing limited to pharmacies or practitioners that are specially certified, product dispensing only after patients have, for example, undergone certain laboratory tests.

 

reference: https://www.eupati.eu/glossary/

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