Innovative price contracting in the German AMNOG process – is this the future or just a dream?

The presenters Dr. Stefan Walzer and Roman Spelsberg analyzed the current situation of the AMNOG process with respect to price contracting. They will show opportunities and hurdles of the current system as well as current examples. Furthermore, they will also come up with a suggestion how innovative contracting could be implemented in Germany – even further…

 

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New analysis on external reference pricing shows negative impact on drug availability

Kanavos et al. just published another analysis on external reference pricing (ERP). ERP is widely applied by many payers across the world and also delivers short term cost savings for health care systems. Conclusions by Kanavos et al. are as follows: “ERP has not regulated prices efficiently and has unintended consequences that reduce the benefits arising from it. If ERP is carefully designed with minimal price revisions, prudent selection of basket size and countries, and consideration of transaction prices, it could be a more effective mechanism enhancing welfare, equitable access to medicines within countries and help promote industry innovation.”

The full article is available in the European Journal of Health Economics.

MArS has experience in pricing research and strategy as well as in price negotiations and can hence assess the ERP impact on the D-A-CH countries in detail.

Price negotiation article published – link MArS negotiation boot camp

Price negotiation strategy is most of the times also linked to the available evidence and the potential bet on future data. Gladwell et al. have just published a nice simulation approach with the example in the UK which can also be utilized in the D-A-CH context. For the German AMNOG that approach is also relevant for orphan drugs earlier in the process also with the G-BA and for any pharmaceutical within the price negotiations with the GKV-SV.

The article is available in Value in Health.

MArS has long-lasting experience in (price) negotiations in the D-A-CH regions. We have also developed an internal and successful negotiation boot camp utilizing virtual reality. Contact us for a live demonstration.

MArS is now a proud member of the Head Association of Digital Health Care in Germany!!

The Head Association of Digital Health Care (SVDGV) has just been established in 2019 also driven by the new regulations on reimbursement for medical apps. MArS is a member and joined the working groups on reimbursement and evidence.

MArS has a vast majority of experience in the German reimbursement landscape, submissions and price negotiations and will be able to also transfer that into the new field for reimbursement of medical apps. Contact us.