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The Inbeeo Market Access Consulting Team

Will Europe Miss The Boat On ATMPs?

Europe is lagging behind in the adoption of ATMPs, as seen in its low profitability and R&D spending compared to other regions. This is largely due to the challenges faced in clinical assessments of ATMPs and the need for innovative pricing and reimbursement pathways to ensure early patient access

Four Market Access Measures Triggered By COVID-19 That Are Here To Stay

Four Market Access Measures Triggered by COVID-19 That Are Here To Stay

Many market access decisions were intended to provide rapid one-off answers to one of the most extraordinary situations healthcare systems have ever had to face, but some of them are telling us something about the more profound changes that are likely to affect pharmaceutical market access in the longer run.

ASMR Ratings Given to New Products in France since 2008

In France, the value equation may change (a little)

France’s healthcare industry strategic council CSIS met an agreement with the French Government to strengthen France’s appeal for HealthCare industries. Inbeeo dives in to investigate the impact on market access and pricing.

The Six Drugs that on Average Cost Patients over $10,000 a Year

Six Drugs that Cost a Medicare Part D Beneficiary more than $10,000 a Year

No one will argue that Medicare Part D met a genuine need at its inception in the mid-2000s – offering Medicare beneficiaries an affordable voluntary health insurance plan that would cover their outpatient prescription needs. Fast forward 10 years. Has Part D met its objective? In terms of the availability of a wide range of plans at an affordable premium in all parts of the nation, yes, definitely. In terms of actual payments made to beneficiaries, this is a question mark.