10 Questions For Bayer's UK CEO On Market Access Reforms In England
Bayer AG's CEO for the UK and Ireland, Dr. Alexander Moscho, outlines his concerns about the reformed cancer drugs reimbursement system in England and Wales, which in October 2016 saw the first new drug introduced since an overhaul and relaunch earlier this year. Moscho also highlights his worries around proposals from NICE to introduce fees for appraisals of new medicines for use on the National Health Service, which he believes could taint the health technology appraisal committee's reputation and generate skepticism around its independence from industry.
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