Cost-benefit evaluations of drugs as an instrument of health policy - new insights from Australia, Canada and the UK

HealthEcon in Switzerland published a very interesting book (so far in German only) on experiences with HTA agencies in these three countries. The author - Rainer Rohrbacher - concludes that these types of government interventions have not lead to the desired impact on drug spending nor improved the quality of provision with medicines in these centralized healthcare systems...

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