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Payers’ Use Of Real-World Evidence For Drug Coverage On The Rise – IMS Health

Executive Summary

A new study by IMS Health shows payers globally are making more drug reimbursement decisions based on real-world evidence – including 25% of more than 100 identified case studies using biopharma industry-generated data.


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