Payers prefer objective data on mental health medications

April 14, 2017 Tom Valentino

Tom Valentino, Senior Editor

Many mental health advocacy groups push for greater input from patients in clinical trials, but new research shows payers are more interested in objective data that measures new medications’ effectiveness.

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