Pharma Industry On How To Tackle EU Regulatory & Reimbursement Barriers To Digital Therapeutics
When it comes to digital therapeutics in Europe, EFPIA says there is a lack of harmonization in the regulatory requirements, and only Belgium and Germany offer value assessment, reimbursement and funding pathways, with more intermittent offerings in countries like France and the UK.
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