EU Parliament Committee Backs Mandatory Joint Clinical Assessments, Tightens Data Requirements
A key parliamentary committee on health has backed the European Commission’s legislative proposals for mandatory joint clinical assessments and introduced provisions to oblige companies to conduct comparative trials.
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Legislation that would introduce EU-wide joint clinical assessments has moved a step forward after the European Parliament adopted its version of the proposals.
The European Parliament’s ENVI committee wants to help the European Council to progress with its work on the European Commission’s proposals on HTA cooperation by assuaging concerns of the EU member states.
Draft proposals to improve EU-wide cooperation on health technology assessments, including mandatory joint clinical assessments, have won support from EFPIA, the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations.