Passion for Innovation. Compassion for Patients.™ Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd.

Passion for Innovation. Compassion for Patients.™

Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd.

Joint Working with Daiichi Sankyo

Patient benefit

Daiichi Sankyo is committed to working with the NHS to improve patient healthcare. We believe that better patient care can be achieved through Joint Working with the NHS.

In Joint Working, the NHS and industry organisations pool skills, experience and / or resources for the joint development and implementation of patient centred projects and share a commitment to successful delivery.

For this reason Daiichi Sankyo supports and actively implements the principles of Joint Working, as laid out by the Department of Health and the ABPI.

Our approach to partnerships is based on a ‘beyond transactional’ service delivery moving past the traditional pharma-customer model. Some of our Joint Working projects to date have included:

  • Clinical therapy reviews; supporting healthcare professionals to undertake assessments of patient populations and optimise treatment plans
  • Partnering with third parties to provide digital solutions that can improve case finding and protect at-risk patients of stroke and other cardiovascular events, with the aim of improving and closing local detection and protection gaps
  • Initiatives and projects that are aligned to the delivery of better patient outcomes, that reduce health inequalities and improve population health at scale

Executive Summaries

Daiichi Sankyo is working on a number of Joint Working Initiatives with the NHS.  Learn more about the outcomes and benefits for patients with our Executive Summaries that demonstrate how our relationship with the NHS is a transparent, consultative and problem-solving partnership to help deliver better care in areas of mutual interest. Read our executive summaries

Joint Working Guidance

Joint Working is an increasingly important part of the relationship between the NHS and pharmaceutical organisations.

The new ABPI guide, which is supported by the Department of Health and NHS Confederation, provides a quick reference for those who are considering launching new schemes.

Both the NHS and the ABPI publish guidance materials on Joint Working:

Working with Daiichi Sankyo

For further information on existing Joint Working projects or to explore Joint Working opportunities with Daiichi Sankyo please email us on and include your contact details, including telephone number or email address, so that we can get back in touch with you.


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