Clinical, Not Real-World, Data is Still The Key To On- And Off-Label Reimbursement (Part 2)
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
While payers have ever-more sophisticated datasets for observing drug use in the clinic, such information generally is “inconclusive” for reimbursement decisions, a managed care executive cautions.
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