Ikaria’s Hybrid Business Model Taps Big Pharma Trends
Although Ikaria focuses on a highly specialized segment of the hospital market, its integrated business model offers insights into continuum of care strategies that pharma companies are evaluating in a reimbursement-focused world. The company’s promising strategy could get a boost from key trial read-outs as soon as late 2012.
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