As Congress continues to debate solutions to lower healthcare costs, biosimilars are a promising option. But uptake of biosimilars has been slow in the U.S., and few patients are seeing direct savings at the pharmacy counter.
Brian Lehman, Director of Patient Advocacy at Sandoz, explains how biosimilars play a role in patient care and result in cost savings to the healthcare system. Mary Jo Carden, Head of Policy, lays out policy actions to boost biosimilar use. And while biosimilars might not be a good fit for all patients, Terry and Dr. Bob look at the ways these medications can improve patient access for many individuals.
Terry Wilcox, Executive Director, Patients Rising
Dr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
Kate Pecora, Field Correspondent, Patients Rising
Brian Lehman, Director, Patient Advocacy and Strategic Alliances, Sandoz
Mary Jo Carden, Head of Policy, Sandoz
Monica Bryant, COO, Triage Cancer
Dorothea Lantz, Patient Correspondent
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