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A Call For Action: Integrating Payor Requirements Into Phase III Clinical Trials

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The biopharma industry is facing a paradigm shift in which pivotal trials, which traditionally address regulatory requirements, must also supply payors with clinically meaningful data - or the industry will continue to struggle with market access and disappointed expectations. Easton Associates foresees a two-step process emerging to address payors' needs.

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