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Innovation, Access Issues Dominate Biologics & Biosimilars Summit

“I thought maybe I wasn’t very good athletically.”  That was iconic Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s recollection of her first experience with asthma attacks. Joyner-Kersee

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***PRESS RELEASE*** INSTITUTE FOR PATIENT ACCESS STATEMENT ON ICER’S MIGRAINE DRAFT EVIDENCE REPORT

WASHINGTON – Today, the non-profit Institute for Patient Access made the following statement regarding the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review’s (ICER) draft evidence report

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***PRESS RELEASE*** Nationwide, Health Plans Rejected Almost 80,000 Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

National health plan report card analyzes 2017 PCSK9 inhibitor claims for managed care organizations WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health Plan

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***PRESS RELEASE*** New Paper “The ICER Myth” Explores Drawbacks of ICER’s Evidence Reports and Their Impact on Patients

ICER has come under scrutiny for its methodology and calculations that impact patient access to approved therapies. WASHINGTON – The nonprofit Institute for Patient Access (IfPA)

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Mapping Report Reveals Access Disparities among European Patients

How accessible is your health care?  It all depends upon where you live, as a new report from the European Federation of Crohn’s & Ulcerative

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The FDA Invitation that Patient Advocates are Awaiting

Open dialogue is an important part of the drug approval process. Physicians, patients and advocates want transparent discussion about new therapies — their benefits, their

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What Medicare’s Opioid Policy Left Out

More than 1,000 people per day receive treatment in emergency rooms across the country for misusing prescription opioids. And approximately 115 Americans die daily from

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***PRESS RELEASE*** Alabama Health Plans Reject More Than a Third of Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

Health plan report card analyzes 2017 PCSK9 inhibitor claims for managed care organizations WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health Plan Coverage

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***PRESS RELEASE*** New York Health Plans Reject Nearly a Third of Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

Health plan report card analyzes 2017 PCSK9 inhibitor claims for managed care organizations WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health Plan Coverage

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***PRESS RELEASE*** Some Mississippi Health Plans Reject Over 90 Percent of Claims for High Cholesterol Treatment

Health plan report card analyzes 2017 PCSK9 inhibitor claims for managed care organizations  WASHINGTON – The non-profit Institute for Patient Access released a new Health Plan Coverage

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