Designing a Delinked Incentive for Critical Antibiotics: Lessons from Norway

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 46 (s1):43-49 (2018)
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No country has yet implemented a pilot to ensure access to or the innovation of new antibiotics for multi-drug infections. A team from national health agencies in Norway, with the support of the Innovative Medicine Initiative-funded project DRIVE-AB, designed a model suitable for the national context, including the selection of the antibiotics, the potential value, and the operational model.



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