‘Suboptimal’ relationship between NHS and pharma needs ‘urgent’ attention, says ex-NICE chief

Sir Andrew Dillon

The relationship between the NHS and the pharmaceutical sector is ‘suboptimal’ because of the misalignment of ‘ambitions, constraints and risk appetites’, according to former National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Sir Andrew Dillon.

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