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Value-Based Pricing Could Boost Global Applicability Of NICE Appraisals

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Value-based pricing will start in the U.K. in January 2014 for newly launched products, with prices taking into account innovation and societal benefit as well as NICE's usual clinical and cost-effectiveness analysis, U.K. Health Secretary Andrew Lansley tells NICE's annual conference.

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