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On-Demand: What’s Next for Cell and Gene Therapies in 2023 and Beyond

2022-12-08T13:42:56+00:00Events, Thought Leadership|

At this years Meeting on the Mesa’s conference, Anshul Mangal: President (Precision ADVANCE and Project Farma) sat down with leading industry experts to discuss the future of cell and gene therapies.

This panel, sponsored by Precision ADVANCE, will feature insights from industry leaders on the future of advanced therapies including innovations in clinical trials, going from treating rare diseases to prevalent conditions, and implementing next-generation gene-editing technologies. The panelists will also discuss manufacturing and talent bottlenecks and the evolution of reimbursement payment models.

Moderated by Anshul Mangal (President of Project Farma & Precision ADVANCE), this discussion will feature insights from Stewart Abbot: (Chief Scientific Officer, Turnstone Biologics), Andrew Knudten: (Chief Operating Officer, Jaguar Gene Therapy), Laura Lande-Diner: (Chief Business Officer, Satellite Bio), Robert Peters: (Chief Scientific Officer, Ensoma), and Deborah Phippard: (Chief Scientific Officer, Precision for Medicine).


Trends in Oncology: US Payer Management Considerations for 2022 and Beyond

2022-12-08T13:17:54+00:00Events, Thought Leadership|

In the last five years, 83 novel oncology substances have launched – oncology PMPM spend is now the highest among medical benefit categories, with 105% growth anticipated by 2024. As these numbers suggest, oncology is a key area of focus for payers, who are willing to invest resources to support appropriate utilization, but who struggle to keep up with the rapidly evolving science.

Join a discussion with PRECISIONvalue’s Access Experience Team (AET), comprised of former payers, to hear their insights on current trends in oncology payer management, payer response, payer management strategies, and the evolution of value-based care.

Moderated by PRECISIONvalue VP and Access Experience Team Director Ryan Cox, this one hour webinar will feature two of Precision’s senior oncology subject matter experts, Janet Serluco and Jennifer Williams.

Attendees of this webinar will come away with an understanding of:

  • The current drivers in oncology spend, including biosimilars and next generation biotherapeutics
  • How the product pipeline reinforces trend continuation
  • New management tools being implemented
  • The future of value-based oncology care

In addition to the expert conversation, a live Q&A will conclude the webinar.


On-Demand Webinar – Make Market Access Your Brand’s Super Power

2022-12-01T00:14:12+00:00Events, Thought Leadership|

Doctors say it to sales reps all the time: “I like your drug and want to write it, but I can’t.” Where does your rep go from there?

New research indicates that 50% of an HCPs’ prescribing decision is based on their perception of accessibility. (But perception and reality can be two vastly different things.)

Marketers can’t change how accessible their products are, but they can change how HCPs view their brands’ accessibility on healthcare plans. In this webinar, you’ll hear about:

  • The most threatening market access challenges pharma brand leaders face today
  • Real-world stories of how top brands overcome these challenges and grow market share
  • Tangible tactics you can quickly implement to start making pull-through headway fast

This solution-focused, truth-packed session is a great fit for market access marketers, brand marketers and sales leaders who are interested in making their brands’ market access a top advantage over the competition.


On-Demand Webinar – Paying for Prevention? Payer Access Challenges and Solutions for Preventative Gene Therapies

2022-11-30T22:12:14+00:00Events, Thought Leadership|

In this upcoming one-hour webinar, PRECISONadvisors Vice President Richard Macaulay will moderate a lively discussion with our panel of European payer experts as they examine the next generation of gene therapies, and weigh considerations for policy makers as well as manufacturers.

Issues to be discussed by the panel will include:

-Gene therapy treatments for diseases that take years to develop (e.g. Huntington’s Disease, Prion diseases)
-Gene Therapies to prevent development of diseases in genetically susceptible individuals (e.g. early-onset familial Alzheimer’s disease)
-Gene therapies to be used in utero (with the potential to treat lethal and morbid perinatal diseases before birth, as well as potentially using existing gene therapies much earlier in disease progression).

The discussion will conclude with a live Q&A.


From Volume-to-Value—The Critical Role of EHR

2022-11-30T21:10:38+00:00Thought Leadership|

Today more than 90% of healthcare professionals are on an Electronic Health Records (EHR), and more than five hours of an eight-hour day are spent in the EHR. In parallel, life sciences companies have become increasingly aware of the ability to harness EHR data to solve for numerous challenges both in the pre-approval and post-commercialization arenas. Precision’s Ross Maclean, Matt Pitzel, Thad Nowakowski and Tim Van Aken discuss four examples of innovative applications that are gaining traction.

Read the full article here!

Emerging Threats to Health Equity

2022-11-30T20:54:34+00:00Thought Leadership|

Policy changes that expanded enrollment in Medicaid and Health Exchange plans are at risk. Precision’s Cynthia Miller and Maureen Hennessey discuss why discontinuing the policy changes will contribute to health inequities in myriad ways, and identify the essential role pharmaceutical companies can play in mitigating the impact.


Current State and Outlook for Digital Therapeutics in Europe

2022-11-30T03:02:37+00:00Thought Leadership|

In this new downloadable brief, PRECISIONadvisors experts Katherine Leong and David Carr provide a quick overview of the current digital therapeutics landscape in Europe, taking a closer look at the rapidly-expanding list of interventions as well as the varied ways that EU countries are approaching policy, regulation and reimbursement. Katherine and David also do some forecasting looking at the future outlook for access across Europe, and provide some considerations for manufacturers and suggestions for overall pricing and reimbursement strategies.

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Progression-free survival and quality of life in metastatic breast cancer: The patient perspective

2022-11-29T23:17:22+00:00Thought Leadership|

While treatment advances have improved overall survival in some metastatic breast cancer (mBC) subtypes, there remains no cure for mBC. Considering the use of progression-free survival and other surrogate endpoints in clinical trials, it’s useful to understand patient perspectives on measures used to assess treatment efficacy. Precision’s Suepattra May-Slater co-authored an important paper exploring global patient perceptions and their potential relation to quality of life, identifying considerations for the design and conduct of future clinical trials in mBC, as well as HTA and reimbursement decision-making, to better capture the potential value of a therapeutic innovation.

Read the paper here!

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