NICE Lessons On What To Expect from U.S. Comparative Effectiveness
Costs appear to be an almost inevitable part of the expanded federal comparativeness research program, and the UK's 10-year old cost-effectiveness watchdog, the National Institute of Clinical Excellence, offers strategic clues for how the U.S. biopharma industry should respond, experts from the law firm Sidley Austin law firm advise
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