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Proportion of branded versus generic prescription drug revenues in the United States from 2005 to 2016

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U.S. brand and generic prescription drug revenue 2005-2016 This statistic compares brand drug prescription revenues of branded and unbranded generics in the United States from 2005 to 2015. In 2005, some 81 percent of total U.S. prescription revenues were made through brand name medications. However, this share decreased to some 71 percent in 2013, and increased slightly to over 74 percent in 2016. Generics are copies or equivalents of once patent protected drugs, containing the same active ingredient, in the same amount, in the same form, dissolving at the same rate in equal amounts like the original.
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This statistic compares brand drug prescription revenues of branded and unbranded generics in the United States from 2005 to 2015. In 2005, some 81 percent of total U.S. prescription revenues were made through brand name medications. However, this share decreased to some 71 percent in 2013, and increased slightly to over 74 percent in 2016. Generics are copies or equivalents of once patent protected drugs, containing the same active ingredient, in the same amount, in the same form, dissolving at the same rate in equal amounts like the original.
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Release date
May 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
2005 to 2016
Supplementary notes
Report reflects prescription-bound products including insulins and excluding other products such as OTC. Includes prescriptions and insulins dispensed by chain and independent pharmacies, food store pharmacies, mail service pharmacies, and long-term care facilities. Spending figures also include sales into hospitals, clinics, and other institutional settings. Prescription counts are not adjusted for length of therapy. 90-day and 30-day prescriptions are both counted as one prescription.
This statistic was assembled from several IMS Health/QuintilesIMS reports.

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