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Biosimilar drugs stand to save $181 billion in U.S. prescription costs between 2013 and 2028. Fueling that growth is their attractive pricing, with some discounts as high as 85 percent  or more compared to reference products, while providing highly similar quality, efficacy, and safety.
But with just 41 biosimilars currently approved for 11 reference biologics, there’s more potential for further development. Given the opportunities, what should providers, pharmacists, and healthcare leaders understand about the pricing trends now and in the future?
Join experts from The Biosimilars Forum, Pontchartrain Cancer Center, and Samsung Bioepis as they discuss:
Updates surrounding FDA approvals and launch status for U.S. biosimilars
Biosimilar pricing within WAC, ASP, and NADAC perspectives and their trends across therapeutic areas
Biosimilar utilization patterns by each therapeutic area and future predictions
Context and implications of the FDA’s interchangeability designation
1. Biosimilars in the United States 2023-2027; Competition, Savings, and Sustainability. IQVIA. Jan 31, 2023
Vice President and Head of US Market Access
Julianna (Julie) Reed