Why are they so bad at their jobs?
A new report has shown that pharmaceutical companies are not only poorly performing, but also causing serious harm to patients.
In its latest report, the World Health Organization has warned that the pharmaceutical industry is not only failing to deliver timely medical treatments, but is also making it more difficult for doctors to deliver those treatments.
“We need to change the culture,” Dr. Paul Gass, the WHO’s senior associate director for health policy and strategy, told reporters on Wednesday.
“If you’re going to do good for patients, you need to do it the right way.”
The report, called “A Better Way to Treat Medicine”, paints a grim picture of the health-care industry, in which overproduction, overproduction and overproduction again.
The report says that, for example, the number of prescriptions issued by US doctors has soared since 2007.
It is now twice as high as it was a decade ago, with prescription rates doubling in the past decade.
The US has one of the highest rates of deaths in the world, with more than 8 million people living with chronic diseases like cancer and diabetes.
The problem is that pharmaceuticals can have a negative impact on health, the report states.
In the United States, a recent survey found that more than 90 percent of doctors said they would quit in their lifetime if the drug industry continued to increase prescriptions, according to the New York Times.
Gass also said the pharmaceuticals’ failure to innovate has been detrimental to patient care.
“When you look at a new technology, you want to make sure it’s working, because you know the value of it,” Gass said.
“But the real value of the technology is the patient.
It’s a new way of thinking about the world.”
That’s the reason why we’ve seen a huge shift in how we treat cancer, and we’re seeing a huge change in how patients are being treated, because the way we treat patients is changing.
“This has a huge impact on people’s lives.”