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Patient outcomes and health economics ever more important in innovation strategies

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Given the widespread acknowledgement that the UK "could do better" on mental health, it was encouraging that the issue was one of two new additions on the agenda of the recent World Leaders in Medical Innovations conference, held in Wembley Stadium, London. IT was the other new area.

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