Danish Medicines Council considers fast-track scheme

When the Danish Medicines Council meets with representatives from the Danish Regions in April, the possibility of implementing a fast-track scheme in the country may be on the agenda.

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Since it was established in 2017, the Danish Medicines Council has come under fire for its long case processing times. Now, however, the council may be doing something about it.

The minutes of the council’s most recent meeting state that it is considering adding the possibility of initiating a fast-track scheme to the agenda at the next meeting, which CEO of interest organization Danish Regions Adam Wolf and his Deputy CEO Tommy Kjelsgaard will be attending.

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