Payer Power: What Are The Future Implications For Life Science Companies Developing New Products?
How US Commercial Payers Will Manage Rapidly Increasing Drug Costs
Payers cannot control the pricing of new products by biopharmaceutical companies, but their goal is to deliver quality health care in a cost-effective manner. Several payer medical directors representing over 100 million commercially insured members have shared their insights for managing the challenging US market – revealing their thoughts on drug pricing currently, and steps they plan to take in the next 3 to 5 years to better control rising costs.
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