Two words to help Ned Sharpless revolutionise clinical trials: data standards

13 May 2019 - In the classic 1967 film “The Graduate,” young Benjamin Braddock was given one word of advice ...

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Italy proposes the WHO set international standards for drug pricing transparency

14 February 2019 - As more countries seek to control their health care spending, the Italian government is asking the ...

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Identifying the need for good practices in health technology assessment-summary of the ISPOR HTA Council Working Group Report on Good Practices in HTA

26 January 2019 - The systematic use of evidence to inform healthcare decisions, particularly health technology assessment, has gained increased recognition.  ...

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Physicians’ perspectives on FDA approval standards and off-label drug marketing

22 January 2019 - Recently, two fundamental aspects of the US FDA’s pharmaceutical market oversight have become controversial.  ...

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New NICE standards to improve digital health tech uptake

12 December 2018 - NICE has published new standards setting out the requirements needed to develop digital health technologies for ...

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Advancing toward the goal of global approval for generic drugs: FDA proposes critical first steps to harmonise the global scientific and technical standards for generic drugs

18 October 2018 - Too many Americans struggle with the high cost of drugs. In some cases, patients go without ...

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Ethics in health technology assessment: a systematic review

9 October 2018 - Integration of ethics into health technology assessment remains challenging for HTA practitioners.  ...

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NICE position statement: chemotherapy dose standardisation

28 February 2018 - NICE has been collaborating with NHS England on the Chemotherapy Dose Standardisation initiative which has been ...

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In search of a common currency: a comparison of seven EQ-5D-5L value sets

24 October 2017 - The recently published EQ-5D-5L value sets from Canada, England, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Spain, and Uruguay are ...

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The medicines and health products that failed Therapeutic Goods Association testing

26 June 2017 - Dodgy vitamins, contaminated medicines, a flu vaccine that didn't work, ineffective hospital disinfectant and unreliable pregnancy ...

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