The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence’s (NICE) chief, Andrew Dillon, recently announced plans to step down in March 2020, Pharmafile reports.
According to the report, Dillon has lead NICE since joining the organization in 1999.
David Haslam, NICE’s chair, said NICE after Dillon’s departure will be an “internationally-respected, world-leading, and hugely-influential organization.”
“It has been a privilege to lead the organization through its first two decades,” Dillon said. “NICE has made a significant contribution to improving outcomes for people using the health and care services.”
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