UK HealthTech Ready To Take The Digital Challenge With Focused Actions
Digital tools and maximizing the data derived from them will influence the delivery of health care in ways and to extents yet unknown. Andrew Davies, market access director for UK industry group ABHI, explains the industry's planning around this, and calls for a rethink on innovation market access structures, which are still failing to meet industry's needs.
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