European HTAs And Payers On How To Tackle The Evidence Problem
European payers and health technology appraisal organizations have warned that their decision making is being increasingly hampered by evidence gaps. Some solutions may lie in the better use of existing mechanisms, such as scientific advice and managed entry agreements, while others could be introduced through the overhaul of the EU pharmaceutical legislation.
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