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With a well characterized genetic driver, a clear marker to show whether it's working, and available treatments that carry high annual costs, hemophilia may be a good testing ground for commercializing gene therapy, but payers still have to work out how to reimburse the one-time medicines.
With the first few cell and gene therapies launched in the US, the challenge of pricing and reimbursement – and the opportunity to set the standards in this area – was a repeated theme at the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine's Cell and Gene Meeting on the Mesa.
The three US FDA-approved anti-CGRP antibodies for migraine prevention have similar efficacy and matching prices, but Lilly thinks access to Emgality – including through value-based arrangements – along with the biologic's ease of use and headache-free data will differentiate the product.
Market expansion services provider has its headquarters in Switzerland but a long history and most of its business in Southeast Asia, where the global head of its Business Unit Healthcare tells Scrip it continues to build a broad range of services based around knowledge and penetration of local markets.
But Novo Nordisk CEO says a DEVOTE-based efficacy price review in Germany analyzing patient sub-groups 'will be a lengthy process'.
Citing need for more ‘pull’ incentives to overcome commercial hurdles, FDA commissioner says a subscription-based fee reimbursement system would provide a foundation for return on investment of new antimicrobials targeting multi-drug resistant pathogens.
Details on anticipated changes to rebate practices are in demand. HHS Secretary Azar talked about changes that would still allow negotiated discounts at the point of sale during a presentation at the FT Pharma Pricing and Value Summit.
The UK biotech is expanding access to its unapproved lupus drug, has signed a licensing deal with Incantera and unveiled plans to divest its metabolic disorder subsidiary Ureka but fears about ImmuPharma's future remain.
The English city's desire to collaborate with the pharmaceutical industry to come up with cost-effective solutions to treat long-term chronic diseases has seen Manchester emerge as a closely watched experiment for the future of health care.
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