Gaining Respect, New Methodologies, And Life After NICE: An Interview With Michael Rawlins
Sir Michael Rawlins talks about his views on EuroNICE, PCORI and the future of health technology assessment as he prepares to step down after nearly 14 years as chairman of the U.K.'s cost regulator, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.
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