How we helped our client understand current and future combination pricing strategies in the Multiple Myeloma market
Our client had their product for multiple myeloma (MM) approved in several lines of therapy combined with different backbones. Their product was also being studied in some other indications with additional backbones and was anticipated to receive approval in the coming years. With several other competitive therapies available on the market, including many branded combination products, our client anticipated that payers might start considering strategies to manage combination therapies in the future. Therefore, they wanted to understand what the current and future combination pricing strategies were for oncology products, with a focus on MM and their product.
How we helped assess the asthma market landscape in emerging markets
Our client was jointly developing a fully-human monoclonal antibody (mAB) with a number of potential immunological indications. In order to prepare for launch, primary and secondary market research was required to understand more fully the asthma landscape.
How we assessed the access potential of a new product in order to develop a successful launch strategy
Our client had two regimens in clinical development for the front-line treatment of an oncology condition using a breakthrough product; and planned to release outcomes data at key industry events throughout the year.
To ensure a fast and successful launch they wanted to develop key strategies to maximise acceptance and reimbursement of their product amongst HCPs and Payers.
How we assessed payer perceptions of a new therapy for Atopic Dermatitis in emerging markets
Our client was developing a product for use in treating a number of indications including Atopic Dermatitis (AD); and wanted to understand how best to position this product in order to optimise pricing and market access.
Market research was required to understand payer perceptions of the AD market, and the pricing and reimbursement opportunities in emerging markets.