Jacky Law

Jacky Law

has been writing about healthcare for 25 years and is the author of Big Pharma (Constable and Robinson, UK [2006]), an independent analysis of the industry's prospects. She is a freelance healthcare journalist, specializing in pharmaceuticals.


Helping Patients Lead the Way in the New NHS

NHS England is currently undergoing profound changes to introduce a new culture where clinicians and patients are the new stars, where competition is mandatory, where everything rests on patient outcomes and where collaboration and innovation are being encouraged at the highest levels of command.

How much should pharma CEOs get paid?

US pharma CEO salaries are still dwarfing the earnings of their European counterparts, but, with the industry and the economy currently in crisis, Jacky Law asks how long this can continue.