Priorities for growth, priorities for health: the role of the pharmaceutical industry after 2015

Document type
Conference proceedings
Corporate author(s)
Reform (Think tank : Great Britain)
Date of publication
1 April 2014
Health Services, Social Policy
Social welfare
Material type

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How to build a stronger economy and improve the quality of health services will be the key issues that all political parties will want to address at the 2015 General Election. To explore these issues Reform partnered with Lilly to hold two seminars on the future of health and business policy led by Paul Corrigan and Hamish McRae. The seminar on health policy focused on the future relationship of the phramaceutical industry with the NHS at a time of budget constraints. The discussion of business policy covered the need to develop. an industrial strategy and to attract inward investment. This report presents edited transcripts of both discussions

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