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Up to Sixty Percent of Surveyed U.S. Managed Care Organization Directors Expect to Cover Key Emerging Therapies for Parkinson's Disease on Their Largest Commercial Plan
Date:8/19/2013

d to be no less than one quarter of their diagnosed PD patients, on average. Moreover, they anticipate that up to two-thirds of eligible patients would be treated with each product within one year of launch, with IPX-066 projected to capture the greatest patient share at approximately 25 percent of diagnosed PD patients if reimbursed on a preferred tier.

"Cost and reimbursement factors have a prominent role in determining the uptake of a PD therapy, but clinical considerations most influence prescribing decisions," said Decision Resources Senior Business Insights Analyst Nadja Rozovsky, Ph.D. "Despite the potential for certain constraints on reimbursement and finite patient eligibility, commercial opportunity remains for key late-stage investigational products in light of lingering unmet need."

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