Current reimbursement models in general do not accommodate many of the unique factors common among gene and cell therapies. In this second article of a three-part series, CRA’s Walter Colasante, Pascale Diesel, and Lev Gerlovin discuss the challenges to demonstrating value and addressing affordability and discuss options for payment models.
The authors wish to acknowledge the contributions of Stephanie Donahue and Michael Krepps to this article.
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Strategies for combination therapy in oncology: Part two – Working with the “status quo”
This is the second article in a three-part series examining the commercial dynamics surrounding combination therapy in oncology across the US and Europe. In...