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The New Gold Standard of Drug Commercialization

Manufacturers spend >$125MM over three years leading up to launch, yet 66% of drugs don’t meet launch expectations. An unpredictable landscape, coupled with inevitable industry pressures, is forcing manufacturers to seek a more complete commercialization approach…

Compliance – The Competitive Differentiator to Commercialization: An Integrated Model Setting the New Global Standard

The Compliance experts at EVERSANA prove how integrated life science compliance has earned its seat at the table by demonstrating the value of increasing data-driven and technology-infused competitiveness in the successful commercialization of a new-age biopharma…

A Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning Approach to Improving Hub Performance and Patient Outcomes

Today we have access to more data, from more sources than we could ever dream possible. Living in a digital world, we increasingly need the ability to efficiently and effectively process this data for insights and…

Why are We Settling for Mediocre Patient Services Programs?

Patient Services Programs Are Falling Short To give credit where credit is due, pharmaceutical manufacturers make a tremendous – and well-intended – effort to alleviate the product access obstacles and burdens patients and providers often endure…

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Care pathways—do you know where your biosimilars are used?

Biological therapies are often very expensive, putting pressure on healthcare budgets that are already restricted and potentially resulting in a decrease in patient access to treatment, in Europe biosimilar versions have been eagerly awaited in many…

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Is your biosimilar product on the payer radar?

Biosimilars have been eagerly awaited in many European countries to realize cost savings from the biologics budget. Gaining insight on how European decision makers are currently prioritizing these biosimilars and how they expect this to shift…

‘Tis the season for pharma in China, as the government expedites uptake of new urgently needed drugs

PRICENTRIC BRIEF: Universal health insurance coverage for 1.3 billion people means China must increase uptake of “clinically urgently needed new drugs” already approved in the US, EU, and Japan Mostly oncology products are being imported, along…

“Who wants the biggest slice of the biosimilar pie?”: The Humira biosimilar wave in Europe

PRICENTRIC BRIEF: Biosimilar competition in Europe has brought about discounts to AbbVie’s blockbuster immunosuppressant drug Humira upwards of 80% during tendering Overall, biosimilar uptake has increased in Europe because biologic “copycats” are cheaper, but full faith…

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How the Proposed Elimination of Medicare Rebates Would Impact Clinical Pathways

Government, Policy & Systems Changes Affecting Clinical Pathways This article is written by Dr. Richard Stefanacci, for Clinical Pathways Magazine. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has published a range of new proposed and…

Medicare & Medicaid: A Rollback on Rebates

In January 2019, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) put forth a proposed rule to repeal the safe harbor status for Medicare and Medicaid drug rebates under the Anti-Kickback statute. This idea was first…

Product Master Data Management

This white paper shares considerations, common pitfalls and key takeaways for manufacturers participating in Medicaid. Recent market and enforcement trends in healthcare further exemplify the transition from a volume to value-based marketplace, as well as the complexities…

Biosimilar Pricing in Europe

This report titled Biosimilar Pricing in Europe is published by Pricentric, by EVERSANA. It examines the pricing and pricing trends of biosimilar drugs in the US and EU5. It particularly looks at the pricing of Infliximab…

Wearables In Clinical Trials

Pharma Voice Magazine features Sandra Shpilberg from Seeker Health, an EVERSANA company, in their March 2019 issue. The topic is “Wearables in Clinical Trial”.  The article discusses how wearables are improving the clinical trial experience for patients…

The Brink of the Biosimilar Revolution

Although biosimilars have not had the immediate uptake in the United States that they have had in Europe, health plans expect these products will become a staple of therapy for some diseases by 2020—if the price…