Pharma Welcomes UK Incentive Plan To Tackle AMR
There has been an enthusiastic response from industry to the news that NICE and NHS England are to explore a new payment model that pays pharmaceutical companies based on how valuable their medicines are to the country's health service, rather than on the quantity of antibiotics sold.
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