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Author Topic: Website for finding prices of medication at Private Hosptials in Thailand  (Read 608 times)

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Offline Expat1

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At the line with the picture of pills, type in the name of the drug. Generic or Brand.
It will give you a  the tab at the bottom.  Hit it.

Next screen will have a few boxes.  Click on the space to the right side. (Usually has number of hospitals in this list that reported the price of the drug).  Click this tab.

It will open to a screen in Thai that lists hospitals and the cost for that drug at the thai hospital.  It is in Thai so use google translate to get the name of the hospital in English.

The drug names are in English.

Leave the picture of the hospital line blank to see prices for all hosptials that have complied with the regulation to list drug prices on the web. 

There are other ways to comply besides web based. 

But it often contains 20 or more different hospital prices for a common ARV.  So you can get an idea of the range that these drugs cost in private hospital (which are higher than the prices at the Thai Red Cross Clinic).


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Re: Website for finding prices of medication at Private Hosptials in Thailand
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2019, 04:54:42 am »
The list from each hospital were the 100  frequently used medicines at that hospital.  So just because a medicine is not on the list for a specific hospital, does not me that the hospital does not carry  it.

Just ask at the pharmacy prior to your Dr. apointment for the cost of the drug and if it was in stock.   

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Re: Website for finding prices of medication at Private Hosptials in Thailand
« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2019, 04:57:30 am »
 The comparison is show with a color coded tab in addition to the actual per pill price at each hospital.

Green means cheaper than when compared to the hospital.
 Yellow means the price is equal to the origin hospital.
 Red means more expensive when compared to the origin hospital.

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Re: Website for finding prices of medication at Private Hosptials in Thailand
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