PHE News

Jason Shafrin in MedCity News:"Precision Medicine Will Increase Drug Prices and That's A Good Thing"

PHE Senior Research Economist Jason Shafrin details the benefits and challenges of precision medicine in a new commentary for MedCity News.

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Precision's Shih Addresses 'Peace of Mind" Value in Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Precision Health Economics' Research Economist Tiffany Shih discusses her recent MS study as published in the American Journal of Managed Care.

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Lakdawalla and Goldman in STAT News: "Pharma Needs A New Prescription"

PHE co-founders Darius Lakdawalla and Dana Goldman contribute a new commentary for STAT News.

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Philipson and Lakdawalla Address FDA Approval Framework in Forbes

Tomas Philipson and Darius Lakdawalla address the FDA approval framework in their latest commentary for Forbes.

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PHE's Ward, Linthicum and Silverstein in Health Affairs: Barriers to Value-Based Agreements for Drugs

In a new blog on the Health Affairs website, PHE's Alison Sexton Ward, Mark Linthicum and Alison Silverstein examine the regulatory and legal uncertainties existing as barriers to value-based agreements for drugs.

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