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Is “flexible manufacturing” just another empty buzz concept concocted by the biopharma equipment marketing community, or does it demonstrate real benefit? Business of Biotech Podcast: Episode 69, “Foundations of Flexible Manufacturing” features insights from Tony Khoury (EVP of Project Farma) and Brian Winstead (Senior Director, Facilities & Engineering at Sarepta Therapeutics) on what flexible manufacturing means, when it works and when it doesn’t.
Business of Biotech Podcast: Episode 68, “The CDMO Capacity Crunch” features insights from Anshul Mangal (President of Project Farma and Precision ADVANCE), Audrey Greenberg (Co-founder of Discovery Labs), and Sumit Verma (SVP, Commercial Manufacturing at Iovance) on CDMO buildouts, limited manufacturing space, and the expertise needed to meet timelines, satisfy investors, and drive competitive advantage.
Anshul Mangal (President of Project Farma and Precision ADVANCE) and Phil Cyr (SVP, Customer Solutions at Precision Value & Health) sat down with Samantha Black (Editor in Chief at ScienceBoard) to discuss how Precision ADVANCE is driving innovation in the advanced therapy sector by improving patient access through interconnected services across the drug development spectrum.
Co-Founder and CEO of Precision Medicine Group Mark Clein sat down with CareTalk hosts John Driscoll and David E. Williams at HLTH Boston 2021 to discuss the game changing impact of precision medicine on treatments and patient outcomes.
High prescription drug prices continue to be of concern at the federal level. Despite proposed changes to drug pricing policy by the administration and HHS, industry experts question whether any significant changes will occur in the near future. Precision’s Ryan Cox and Erin Lopata weigh in on the factors contributing to the uncertainty about drug policy pricing changes.
Specialty drugs make up the bulk of the pharma pipeline. These drugs continue to come onto the market with higher and higher price tags, so employers should become more familiar with these therapies in order to properly manage them. Precision’s Erin Lopata and Jorge Font weigh in on the other considerations beyond cost that employers need to know for managing specialty drugs.
As more high-cost drugs, including one-time gene therapies, come onto the market, employers are considering implementing a variety of contracting models to make sure their employees have access to these agents. Precision’s Jorge Font and Erin Lopata explore these innovative new approaches, as well as the challenges in executing them.
Every month, MassBio spotlights a member company and the great work they’re doing to advance the life sciences industry and support the patients they serve. In May, MassBio put the spotlight on Precision Value & Health with a Q&A with Precision’s Kelly Wilder.
Increasingly, stakeholders across the healthcare continuum are recognizing the importance of social determinants of health (SDOH) on outcomes and quality of life.
In this white paper from Precision’s Maureen Hennessey, we use the results of a 2019 PRECISIONvalue survey and a subsequent 2020 post-onset of COVID-19 survey to evaluate perspectives on SDOH and assess the progress of programs to address SDOH.