Don’t Miss The Train: Pharma's Future Holds Deeper Digital Deals, Outcome-Based Pacts
Asked by Scrip to name two big changes coming pharma's way, Merck KGAA Healthcare CEO Belén Garijo identified artificial intelligence and outcome-based pacts as 'ways of the future'.
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