NICE's New Office For Market Access: An Unlikely Game-Changer
This article was originally published in Scrip
The official launch of the National Institute for health and Clinical Excellence's Office for Market Access (OMA), announced Sept. 13 at NICE's annual meeting in Liverpool, UK, offers companies the possibility of smoother interactions with the health technology assessor, but doesn't radically change the way drugs will assessed or decisions made on whether the products should be used in the National Health Service.
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