Paying For Gene Therapy: Medicaid Will Be ‘Canary In Coal Mine’
Harvard Pilgrim's Michael Sherman and Cigna's Steve Miller advise gene therapy developers to consider the burden of high cost treatments on Medicaid programs when setting list prices.
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Former US FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb makes a case for regional or national risk pools to ensure pediatric patients get timely access to gene therapy like the upcoming treatments for sickle cell disease.
Annual large employer health benefits survey for 2020 and beyond finds support for government price negotiation and payment through a national fund. Plans to expand point-of-sale rebates and coupon accumulator programs also reported.