Health information strategy: challenges ahead for the wider healthcare sector
This article was originally published in Clinica
Developments concerning the recognised need in the EU for a comprehensive health information strategy to enhance citizen and patient access to high-quality health and medicines information could have a significant impact on the medical devices sector. The call for such a strategy was made at a half-day conference at the European Parliament, on December 12. Although the focus was heavily on pharmaceuticals, there are clear implications for the need for all those involved in supplying healthcare products to provide improved information, and particularly that which can better inform patients.
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