JAK Inhibitor Safety Concerns vs Rebates: Which Will Impact Atopic Dermatitis Drug Access More?
ICER discussion on the health benefit of several upcoming drugs for atopic dermatitis, including several JAK inhibitors, touches on safety concerns and the likelihood that increased competition will open the door to higher list prices and rebating in the class.
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After Pfizer saw increased risks in a surveillance study of Xeljanz, three other products have also seen their user fee dates pushed back; if FDA were to convene an expert panel, it could lead to more consistent labeling across the class, as requested in a recent citizen petition.
Companies employed collaborative outreach with payers to arrive at 'responsible' price for atopic dermatitis biologic.