In Vivo is part of the Business Intelligence Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.

This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use. For high-quality copies or electronic reprints for distribution to colleagues or customers, please call +44 (0) 20 3377 3183

Printed By

UsernamePublicRestriction
UsernamePublicRestriction

Market Access

Set Alert for Market Access

Innovations In Market Access: The Will, But Not The Way?

In this In Vivo executive roundtable, an informal working group of biopharma leaders in market access reviews the current state of play with regulators, patients and payers. Contacts with the first two stakeholders are clear-eyed and surprisingly productive, but the payer remains the tie that grinds – an inscrutable partner of necessity in moving complex, costly innovations toward acceptance in the marketplace.  

Market Access Pricing Strategies BioPharmaceutical
Advertisement

Latest From Market Access

Paying for Pharmaceutical Value: The Problem of a One-Size-Fits-All Definition

It is a world, at least the US corner of it, in which any common understanding of drug value is confused by opposing incentives – to opacity and transparency, to looking at benefit broadly or narrowly, long-term or short-term: value, in short, to whom?

Market Access Pharmacy Benefit Management

Podcast: Medtech Pressure Points And Opportunities In 2019

Menacing clouds on the horizon, or opportunity for medtechs large and small in the evolving health care delivery ecosystems? Probably both, and a significant amount of risk, too, for those medtechs who push through the pain barrier to, in some cases, redefine their own roles. Helping patients understand the value being created will also be a major success factor for medtechs. Whatever the outcomes, these are exciting times, says ZS' Brian Chapman, in this future-gazing podcast with In Vivo.  

Medical Device Market Access

Into 2019: Regulatory Pressures Of The EU's Medical Device Regulation Will Spread Into Asia

The extra resources, time and expense that the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) will mean for companies in Europe has been a dominant theme since spring 2017, but the repercussions on non-European markets that rely on EU medtech legislation – in Asia, for example – are now coming to the fore, says regional medtech regulatory specialist Jack Wong. 

Asia Pacific ASEAN

Payer Power: What Are The Future Implications For Life Science Companies Developing New Products?

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.

Market Access Pricing Strategies

Into 2019: Risk, Uncertainty And A Return To Product Focus

In view of the political and regulatory threats and opportunities likely to emerge in 2019, for those in the medtech industry, it pays to be vigilant, advises ZS' Brian Chapman. And while some new tech entrants appear to represent a threat to established medtech players, their emergence in general promises significant opportunities for savings and innovation in health care. At the same time, there will likely be a short-term return to both old medtech industry values, and to major M&A.  

Market Access Policy & Regulation

Into 2019: Digital Leads US Policy Innovations, But Public Medtech Scrutiny Grows

Scott Gottlieb's FDA continues to push out policy reforms and experiments at a rapid pace, with special focus on digital and AI technologies. In parallel, US Medicare officials are more publicly signaling plans to roll out policies for a quicker path to reimbursement for new devices. However, public scrutiny of whether device regulations properly protect patient safety is growing, and it could have an impact. 

United States Market Access
See All
UsernamePublicRestriction

Register