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Co-pay Accumulator Programs: Impact and Challenges

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200+ Metrics

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Pages/Slides: 36


Published: 2019


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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
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STUDY OVERVIEW

Payers and Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) have turned to co-pay accumulators - and other like-minded programs with different names - to counter rising pharmaceutical costs. Payers are using these programs to block traditional forms of manufacturer-sponsored financial assistance for therapies, such as co-pay coupons. The result has been patients paying more out-of-pockets costs, and switching to generics or other lower cost therapies.

Best Practices®, LLC conducted this study to highlight the impact of payer-imposed “co-pay accumulator” programs (CAs) on specialty manufacturers and their patients. The study will help market access leaders better understand the threat, impact and challenges that co-pay accumulator programs present to the pharmaceutical industry and patients.

Topics addressed in this study include:

  • Copay accumulator threat assessment
  • Key market triggers and decision points considered for counteracting copay accumulator threats
  • Future market access challenges and potential mitigation tactics

KEY TOPICS
  • Quantifying the Co-pay Accumulator Threat
  • Key Indicators of Co-pay Accumulator Impact on Specialty Products
  • Future Threats and Market Access Challenges


KEY METRICS
  • Characterizing the severity of the threat posed by copay accumulator programs (and related programs like copay maximizers) to benchmarked organizations and the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry on the whole
  • Success rating of benchmarked companies’ copay accumulator mitigation strategy thus far
  • Leading and lagging indicators of copay accumulators
  • Average percentage of specialty products currently affected by copay accumulators
  • Approximate percentage of total commercial channel product volume subjected to co-pay accumulator programs
  • Market access leaders’ approach toward altering their copay accumulator mitigation strategies as legislative developments come into effect from Jan. 1, 2020
  • Leading indicators of copay accumulator impact and trigger for taking action
  • Lagging indicators of accumulator-driven brand erosion
  • Importance of listed factors in convincing organizational leadership of the need to take action to counteract copay accumulators – Total benchmark class
  • Importance of listed factors in convincing organizational leadership of the need to take action to counteract copay accumulators – OOPC minimizers and Manufacturers with no OOPC progress
  • Voices from the field: Single-most critical factor for implementing copay accumulator mitigation strategy
  • Characterizing the threat posed by copay accumulator programs to the individual pharma organization and the pharmaceutical industry on the whole
  • Likelihood of new payer / PBM payment policies circumventing pharma manufacturer’s copay accumulator mitigation strategy
  • Interview narrative around payer negotiations
  • Optimal path for resolving copay accumulator issues
  • New payer strategies and tactics, besides copay accumulator mitigation activities, likely to negatively impact patients / manufacturers; potential mitigation tactics for these new payer strategies
SAMPLE KEY FINDINGS
  • Among companies that track leading indicators, up to 94% have measured increases in out-of-pocket-costs (OOPC), number of patients impacted, field complaints, patient complaints and abandonment rate. Most manufacturers have seen 1-10% increases in OOP, abandonment and complaints. One-fifth of respondents have measured OOP growth in the 11-30% range.

METHODOLOGY

Best Practices, LLC engaged 25 Market Access and Patient Support executives from 21 specialty biopharma companies. This research includes, quantitative data from 25 survey responses and qualitative insights from 9 deep-dive interviews.


Industries Profiled:
Market Research; Manufacturing; Medical Device; Pharmaceutical; Financial Services; Service; Retail; Research; Computer Software; Diagnostic; Health Care; Transportation; Biotech; Clinical Research; Consulting; Biopharmaceutical; Distribution; Insurance; Hospitality; Telecommunications; Technology; Professional Services; High Tech; Automobile; Utilities; Energy; Consumer Products; Chemical; Medical; Electronics; Laboratories; Banking; Computers; Entertainment; Internet; Computer Hardware; Aerospace; Academic; Media; Communications; Education; Newspapers; Government; Shipping; Science; Office Supplies; Marketing; Office Equipment; Cable; Advertising; Non-Profit; Defense; Military; Diversified; Sports; Technology; Public Relations; Multiple; Logistics; Publishing; Real Estate; Construction; Architecture; Engineering; Aviation; Legal; Test Industry; Business; Orthopaedics


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