Christina Mattina

Articles

Despite Expanding Array of Psoriasis Treatments, Opportunities for Improvement Remain

April 23, 2021

There are a number of new biologic options for treating psoriasis, but undertreatment is still a concern, and more long-term data are needed, according to Junko Takeshita, MD, PhD, MSCE, at the National Association of Managed Care Physicians Virtual Spring Managed Care Forum.

New Understanding of Migraine Biology Paves Way for Innovative Therapy Options

April 23, 2021

Now that investigators have a better understanding of the biological mechanisms of migraine, new treatment and prevention options are making their way to patients and fueling an exciting time for the field, according to a presenter at the National Association of Managed Care Physicians Virtual Spring Managed Care Forum.

Overcoming the Unique Hurdles to Biosimilar Uptake in Oncology

April 23, 2021

With the costs of biologic drugs increasing, biosimilars have emerged as an attractive option for containing costs and expanding access to treatment. However, some barriers to wider uptake still need to be addressed, according to a presentation at the National Association of Managed Care Physicians Virtual Spring Managed Care Forum.