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Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, and Kathy Oubre, MS, discuss the use of biosimilars at their organizations and what payers should be thinking about when considering biosimilar transitions.
October 26th 2021
Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, discusses optimizing the transition to biosimilars, covering from what patients to look for as candidates to the process of switching a patient from a brand to a biosimilar to the importance of patient education.
Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, continues focusing on transition optimization, explaining how to efficiently create your inventory, how his use of biosimilars will change in the future, and offering advice to those looking to transition to biosimilars.
November 2nd 2021
Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, and Kathy Oubre, MS, discuss the increased use of biosimilars, including successes and challenges and the process of transitioning to biosimilars at their organizations.
Two experts examine how the biosimilar programs at their organization were created and the initial goals they had in mind.
November 9th 2021
Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, and Kathy Oubre, MS, recall what protocols and laws their organizations needed to abide by when transitioning to their biosimilars programs.
Ryan Haumschild, PharmD, MS, MBA, and Kathy Oubre, MS, discuss tracking their use of biosimilar by their providers and outcome measures they utilize to monitor biosimilars.
November 16th 2021
Two experts explain if they had to create any incentives for health care providers to prescribe biosimilars, whether they encountered challenges with their electronic health records, and if their biosimilar programs impacted their clinical pathway/care plans.
Kathy Oubre, MS, closes this Insights program by evaluating her organization’s biosimilars program and formularies, including third party preference on the use of specific biosimilars and whether biosimilars can be used outside of their indications.