Industry to make most of EU forum
This article was originally published in Clinica
European Commission plans to host a "European Health Forum" have gained the resounding approval of EUCOMED, the European industry association, which says it intends to play its part as soon as feasible. The industry will raise strategic issues in a number of areas, including healthcare provision and financing in the single European market.
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