Getting a Read on the EU’s Biosimilar Uptake Across Therapeutic Areas

Posted by Christina Corridon on May 31, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Laura Nielsen co-authored this blog post with Christina Corridon. 

Since the first EU biosimilar approval for Sandoz’s Omnitrope 12 years ago, the European biosimilar market has been difficult to predict. The dynamic policy and regulatory environment, differing levels of payer control, and variability in go-to-market approaches and manufacturing necessitate a bit of guesswork when it comes to predicting how a given biosimilar will perform. 


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ESMO 2017: Examining New Models to Define, Measure and Pay for Value

Posted by Richard Secker-Johnson on Sep 27, 2017 11:08:36 AM

Can true value-based pricing ever be a reality in Europe? If the answer is no, we may well be headed towards a price/access “crisis” as rising oncology costs continue to outstrip country healthcare budgets. If the answer is yes, it certainly seems like there’s still a long way to go.


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A New Era of Biosimilars in Oncology: Four Themes From ESMO 2017

Posted by Christina Corridon on Sep 21, 2017 12:30:53 PM

The European healthcare landscape has more than a decade of in-market experience with supportive care biosimilars. However, we’re entering a new era for biosimilars in oncology with the recent launch of therapeutic biosimilars in the EU.

At the recent European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress, held Sept. 8-12 in Madrid, the European medical industry came together for clinical data updates, expertise-sharing and advisory guidance. There were six presentations on biosimilars at the event, including those sponsored by biosimilar manufacturers. Consistent across many sessions were four core themes:


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