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Is a UK market access shake-up on the cards?

Is a UK market access shake-up on the cards?

Former coalition government health minister Paul Burstow tells PMLiVE that NICE, QALY and broader issues of market access in England are all being put under review. ... Paul Burstow MP, the former health minister and now chair of the Liberal Democrat

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  • NICE system ‘slowing market access to cancer meds’ NICE system ‘slowing market access to cancer meds’

    group. Paul Burstow MP, a health minister for the government, told PMLiVE that political reform of NICE was a possibility, but would depend on the outcome of the review. ... Burstow added that he would like too see better use of patient access schemes

  • Cancer Drugs Fund a ‘missed opportunity’, says MP Cancer Drugs Fund a ‘missed opportunity’, says MP

    Chair of the Liberal Democrat health committee Paul Burstow says the CDF should have gone further. ... The Cancer Drugs Fund has been a missed opportunity for the government, NICE and pharma, according to the former health minister Paul Burstow.

  • UK says telehealth could save £1.2bn over five years

    But care minister Paul Burstow warns it's not all about the technology. ... use of NHS resources,” minister of state for care services Paul Burstow told the international congress for telehealth and telecare yesterday.

  • New self-care website for NHS

    The website will act as the online home for the Self Care Forum, which was ratified by Paul Burstow, Minister of State for Care Services, on May 10, 2011, and will

  • Extra funding for UK dementia research

    We need to better understand dementia if we are to counter its effects more successfully," said care services minister, Paul Burstow.

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  • The death of the cancer drugs fund? The death of the cancer drugs fund?

    According to the former health minister Paul Burstow, the CDF has been a 'missed opportunity' for all stakeholders. ... Burstow also asked whether the CDF should be just for cancer - or, in fact, just for drugs.

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Latest appointments

  • Jenny Ousbey moves from Lexington to Westminster Advisers Jenny Ousbey moves from Lexington to Westminster Advisers

    She has also served as a senior political advisor and parliamentary researcher for former care services minister Paul Burstow, advising on a range of health and social care issues between 2011

  • Former health minister Paul Burstow joins MHP Former health minister Paul Burstow joins MHP

    Will provide strategic advice and support to itsclients and staff. MHP Communications' Rachel Rowson and Paul Burstow. ... MHP Communications has added former UK health minister Paul Burstow to its roster of advisers in a role that will see him provide

  • Gopa Mitra retires from PAGB Gopa Mitra retires from PAGB

    Mitra's achievements with PAGB include spearheading the creation of the Self Care Forum, which was inaugurated in 2011 by the then Minister for Health, Paul Burstow.

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