Creating benchmarks for ethical pharma, interview with Bioethics International's Jennifer Miller


Jennifer Miller is the founding president of Bioethics International (BEI), a US-based non-profit organization which aims to improve the ethics and transparency of health care innovation and delivery.

A major focus for BEI is around access to medicines, and as part of this Dr Miller has launched the Good Pharma Scorecard (GPS), an annual ranking of pharmaceutical companies and new drugs on specific ethics and population health performance indicators.

The aim of this index is not so much to highlight wrongdoing, but to recognize good practices in companies, improve trustworthiness and incentivize reform.

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