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Biosimilars Market Taking Off in the U.S.

Dec 26/50SN Staff/ Biosimilars

By 2020, the global biosimilars market is expected to top $390 billion and account for up to 28 percent of the global market for pharmaceuticals, due in large part to the loss of patent protection for commercially successful drugs. Read more.

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GHLF’s Analysis of Current Step Therapy Regulations

Dec 26/50SN Staff/ Fail First/StepTherapy

In an analysis of step therapy regulations, GHLF looked at every state bill currently related to step therapy and scored them on how strongly they protected patients on a scale from one to 10. You can also see whether your state has passed or has pending legislation relating to step therapy protocols. Read more.

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Are Insurance Policies Saving Patients Money, or Keeping Them from the Treatment They Need?

Dec 26/50SN Staff/ Fail First/StepTherapy

Stat News explores how insurance companies are becoming more aggressive in their reliance on step therapy, forcing patients to try cheaper treatments before they graduate to more expensive ones, even when providers say the inexpensive drugs will be ineffective. Read more.

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Taking Specialty Prior Authorization from 5 Days to 5 Minutes

Dec 26/50SN Staff/ Prior Authorization

In a Drug Channels guest post, Scott Pribyl, CEO of SamplifyRx discusses a new scoring system called RapidPA Score™ for specialty drug prior authorizations, and examines the potential benefits of a cloud-based tool that allows for near real-time prior authorization approvals. Read more.

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White Paper Explores the Impact of Prior Authorization on Branded Medications

Dec 26/50SN Staff/ Prior Authorization

According to one analysis, approximately 70 percent of patients encountering a prior authorization do not receive the originally prescribed medication. Frost and Sullivan have produced a white paper that offers solutions for physicians, pharmaceutical companies and pharmacists to minimize delays and inefficiencies associated with the prior authorization process. Read more.

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