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Orphan and Ultra-Orphan Technologies: European and Australian Payer Perceptions (Meeting Abstract: PSY127)

Citation

Hogue, S., Brogan, A. P., & Croft, E. (2015). Orphan and Ultra-Orphan Technologies: European and Australian Payer Perceptions (Meeting Abstract: PSY127). In ISPOR 18th Annual European Congress Research Abstracts, [18], p. A681. .

Abstract

Payers are seeking more value-based information to better inform decision making in the evaluation of new orphan and ultra-orphan technologies. The challenge lies with the value of the new technology and who is judging that value. Rising costs of orphan and ultra-orphan technologies will have more impact on market access in the future, with increasing resistance to high prices.