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Cathy Kelly

Senior Writer

Washington, DC
Cathy Kelly has been covering reimbursement and market access news for more than a decade for "The Pink Sheet" and other publications that are now part of Informa's pharmaceutical intelligence resources. Her expertise spans legislative, regulatory and public policy topics as well as coverage trends in public and private insurance markets. Cathy is especially interested in following the ongoing transformation of the US health care system and its effect upon major stakeholders in the biopharma industry. She is based in Washington D.C.

Latest From Cathy Kelly

Industry Urges Medicare Rethink On 505(b)(2) Policy

Teva, Sun and the AAM are among those urging the CMS to rescind its proposal to reimburse Part B drugs approved under section 505(b)(2) as multiple source products. The proposal would target one relatively small but growing part of Medicare Rx spending and reflects CMS’ ongoing concern with fast rising costs in the program.

Value-Added Medicines Reimbursement

Medicare Proposed Part B Payment Policy For 505(b)(2) Drugs Is Illegal, Biopharma Argues

BMS, Biogen and other urge CMS to rescind its proposal to reimburse Part B drugs approved under section 505(b)(2) as multiple source products. The proposal would target one relatively small but growing part of Medicare Rx spending and reflects CMS’ ongoing concern with fast rising costs in the program

Reimbursement Regulation

US COVID Antibody Drug Supply: Regeneron, Lilly, AstraZeneca To Contribute To 1M Dose Goal For 2020

Precise amounts to be supplied by each company will depend in part on whether the monoclonal antibody drugs are used for prevention or treatment because dosage strengths will be different.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Regulation

PDUFA And Gene Therapy: Bring ‘Fully Baked’ Ideas And ‘Don’t Be Stingy,’ Grogan Tells Developers

Former chief of White House Domestic Policy Council advises cell and gene therapy companies on strategies for promoting enhanced FDA review capabilities as part of Prescription Drug User Fee Act reauthorization negotiations.

User Fees Gene Therapy

How Much Should Governments Pay For COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Therapies?

US government’s $450m manufacturing commitment for Regeneron’s antibody cocktail and Gilead’s price for remdesivir drive lower expectations on pricing for the antibody treatments, especially since it seems likely there could be several competing products.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Pricing Strategies

How Much Should Governments Pay For COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Therapies?

US government’s $450m manufacturing commitment for Regeneron’s antibody cocktail and Gilead’s price for remdesivir drive lower expectations on pricing for the antibody treatments, especially since it seems likely there could be several competing products.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Pricing Strategies
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