Powering the healthcare system – when should infrastructure investment take priority over new drugs?

Healthcare is under substantial economic strain: with estimates that healthcare spending in OECD countries could increase to 6% of GDP by 20501. Reimbursement decisions for high-cost drugs are often the subject of public and political debate while less media attention is given to the funding of the overall healthcare infrastructure. However, is it in patients’ […]

Accelerate market access
Regulatory initiatives to accelerate market access – UK, Japan and USA edition

Accelerated pathways are emerging in individual countries that are designed to speed therapies through the approvals process and onto the market for patients who have unmet needs. Following on from our EU focus, in this post we look at the key schemes to date, that are in place in the UK, Japan and USA to […]