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Are Value-based Arrangements the Answer We’ve Been Waiting for?
This NPC study explored the use of value-based arrangements as a mechanism for cost containment in the United States, noting the strengths and limitations of these tools.
Value-Based Agreements May Be More Prevalent Than Assumed
Research published in AJMC shows that value-based agreements (VBAs) between U.S. payers and biopharmaceutical manufacturers may be more prevalent than originally thought.
Regulatory Barriers Impair Alignment of Biopharmaceutical Price and Value
This white paper highlights the challenges biopharmaceutical manufacturers and payers face when developing value-based contracts.
Private Sector Risk-Sharing Agreements in the US: Trends, Barriers and Prospects
A peer-reviewed study found that there are limited risk-sharing agreements (RSAs) between health care payers and pharmaceutical manufacturers in the United States, but interest in the agreements…