NHS England wants money back guarantee on Orkambi

24 May 2019 - Vertex resisting real-world data proposal. ...

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Pfizer launches China's first pay for performance model for cancer

26 January 2019 - Pfizer launched a pay-for-performance insurance program for its breast cancer drug Ibrance palbociclib in China. The ...

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EMA Priority Medicines scheme (PRIME): will more paying-for-performance agreements be needed due to immature data?

14 September 2018 - The EU’s centralized procedure for the authorization of a new drug is performed by the EMA.  ...

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Innovative pharmaceutical pricing agreements in five European markets: A survey of stakeholder attitudes and experience

31 May 2018 - Innovative pricing agreements for medicines have been used in European markets for more than 20 years, ...

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For expensive new drugs, biopharma should make money-back guarantees mandatory

2 May 2018 - In a recent paper on “Value-Based Pricing for Drugs”, authors Anna Kaltenboeck and Peter B. Bach of ...

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In battle to cut drug prices, outcome-based pricing carries big risks for biopharma

28 March 2018 - In a provocative piece entitled “Trump’s Health Secretary Wants To Transform Healthcare. Can He?”, fellow Forbes contributor, ...

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A real world example of coverage with evidence development in Australia - ipilimumab for the treatment of metastatic melanoma

13 February 2018 - Australian Government subsidisation of ipilimumab for the treatment of patients with metastatic melanoma was conditional on the ...

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Characteristics of managed entry agreements in Australia

26 December 2017 - Australia relies on managed entry agreements for many medicines added to the national Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.  ...

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Performance-based risk-sharing arrangements: an updated international review

25 September 2017 - Enthusiasm for performance-based risk-sharing arrangements continues but at variable pace across countries. Our objective was to identify ...

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The art of the deal? Why a money-back guarantee for drugs is a bad idea

17 July 2017 - President Trump likes to boast that he mastered the “art of the deal.” ...

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Considering the side effects of drug makers’ money back guarantees

10 July 2017 - More than a decade ago, Italy tried a novel approach to help bring down drug costs: ...

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More health plans are eyeing deals for drugs based on patient outcomes

1 June 2017 - As the cost of prescription drugs remains vexing, a new survey finds that more health plans ...

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Harvard Pilgrim signs outcomes-based contracts with AstraZeneca for Brilinta and Bydureon

30 May 2017 - Effectiveness in actual patients will be measured. ...

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UnitedHealth and Merck strike a deal to explore linking payments to drug performance

25 May 2017 - UnitedHealth Group's Optum unit has signed a multiyear agreement with Merck to develop a better way ...

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Amgen and Harvard Pilgrim agree to first cardiovascular outcomes based refund contract for Repatha (evolocumab)

2 May 2017 - Harvard Pilgrim refines the utilisation management criteria to help high risk cardiovascular disease patients access Repatha. ...

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