Congress took an important step to bring safe and effective treatments and cures to patients by passing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Reauthorization Act of 2017.
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Improving Patient Safety and Information Technology Calls for Greater Leadership, Collaboration, and a Systems-Based Approach
BPC’s new report outlines recommendations for improving health IT’s role in providing safer care for patients while promoting innovation.
The Bipartisan Policy Center applauds the Senate HELP Committee for passing the Food and Drug Administration Reauthorization Act of 2017.
User fees play a critical role in providing the FDA the resources it needs to maintain the gold standard in both the review and approval of drugs
The bigger concern is the fact that it takes more than ten years and $2 billion to develop a new drug from a molecule to a medicine.
The legislation will advance groundbreaking medical innovation and research that will help millions of Americans with life-threatening diseases.
The proposal recognizes the complex needs of those with multiple chronic conditions and has the potential to improve health care quality and reduce costs.