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Monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on the market access landscape

Watch this webcast in which our market access experts Suzan Serip and George Forsyth share insights on how biopharmaceutical companies can keep up during one of the largest healthcare and economic crises in recent times. Using data from the first wave of our COVID-19 impact payer research, they discuss the impact COVID-19 is currently having on the market access landscape as well as stakeholder evidence requirements, healthcare spending and policy.

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1st October 2020

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