UK Pharma Industry Facing Difficult Price Scheme Talks in 2023
Negotiations on the successor to the UK’s 2019 voluntary drug pricing scheme are due to start in April 2023. The industry body, the ABPI, is calling for a clean sheet approach, but others suggest that could make it almost impossible to reach agreement in less than a year and that reform may be a more realistic proposition.
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