UK docs can now strike risk-sharing deals with pharma

Changes in the UK pharma code of ethics will allow doctors' groups to negotiate risk-sharing price deals with drugmakers, Pulse Today reports, clearing the way for GPs to use outcomes to determine the final cost of pharma products. Report

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