NPPA

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AcronymDefinition
NPPANational Press Photographers Association
NPPANational Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (India)
NPPANatriuretic Peptide Precursor A
NPPANative Plant Protection Act (California)
NPPANebraska Pork Producers Association
NPPANuclear Power Plant Authority (Ministry of Electricity; Egypt)
NPPANext Pictures Pressphoto Agency
NPPANational Policy and Plan of Action (Pakistan)
NPPANational Parenting Publications Award
NPPANational Piano Playing Auditions
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For example, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has announced price caps on the orthopedic implants employed in knee reconstruction surgeries, bringing the basic models' price down by 65%.
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), under Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, today put out list of 390 anti-cancer non-scheduled medicines with MRP reduction up to 87%.
I recall having mentioned in that previous article that India had established a National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), a government regulatory body which was tasked to monitor and identify both the prices and shortages of drugs in India.
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority has also served a show cause notice to healthcare chain Fortis, asking it for copies of bills in a case where its hospital in Gurugram allegedly overcharged a patient suffering from dengue.
Even the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), India's drug pricing watchdog, jumped in to demand copies of the bills and names of the medicines that Fortis administered during those grueling 15 days.
After the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority of India has fixed the pricing for essential drugs and implants like stents, knee caps and the like, citizens now demand that the surgery and procedure charges at private hospitals across India should also be standardised to a fixed price based on a hospital's star rating, to increase transparency and trust in health care services.
On April 26, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) scuttled plans of global medical device manufacturers Abbott and Medtronic to withdraw some high-end cardiac stents from the market.
The committee will be made up of six members, with representatives from the Health Ministry, National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) and National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC), as well as from the Department of Pharmaceuticals.
D RUGS Prices Control Order will be amended in the next 15 days to enable the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority ( NPPA) to fix prices of about 350 medicines for which market price data is not available.
It has reduced approval time for new facilities to boost investments, and the government has put in place the Drug Price Control Order and the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority to address the issue of affordability and availability of medicines.
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority has capped the prices of 108 drugs used to treat diseases ranging from diabetes to HIV.
Central government and the national pharmaceutical pricing authority (8) should be transparent in how they set the maximum retail price of medicines.
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