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Francesca Bruce

Francesca Bruce has been writing news and analysis about all things affecting the pharmaceutical industry since 2008. She has paid special attention to policy and regulatory developments but particularly likes to write about market access and how medicines may  - or may not  -  make it to patients. She generally writes about Europe, but really enjoys uncovering news from further corners of the globe, especially Latin America and the Middle East.
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What’s Next After 20 Years Of NICE?

Meindert Boysen, head of NICE’s Centre For Health Technology Evaluation, shares advice for companies aiming to get their medicine to patients. His golden rules: engage in early advice and be more realistic about pricing.

Policy Pricing Strategies

Profile: Meindert Boysen On What Companies Should Expect From NICE And The Benefits Of Hill Walking

In an exclusive interview with the Pink Sheet, senior NICE director Meindert Boysen reveals the best advice he ever received and how companies whose products are under review can improve their chances of success.

Europe United Kingdom

England’s NICE Future Proofs Approach To Using Data

UK HTA body NICE is looking to the future and rethinking its approach to data and how they inform its guidance.

Europe United Kingdom

Countries Urged To Open Up On Managed Entry Deals

Performance-based managed entry agreements need to be made more effective, but this can only happen if countries relax their stance on confidentiality and share information on MEAs amongst themselves, says a working paper from the OECD.

International Comparative Effectiveness

The Netherlands Swaps Germany For Norway To Set Prices

The Netherlands will secure lower medicine prices by referencing Norway instead of Germany to set maximum prices. 

Europe Netherlands

Luxembourg To Establish New Medicines Agency

Luxembourg’s new regulator will work to attract investment and improve public health as well as tackle the growing problem of drug shortages.

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