Posts connected to "Drug Pricing"

November 15, 2021

Assessing the Value of Medicine for Diverse Patients: Implications of a QALY Approach for Health Disparities

Cost-effectiveness analyses have been under consideration as a way to help set prices for prescription drugs in the U.S. However,…
October 19, 2021

Alliance for Aging Research and USC Schaeffer Center Host Drug Pricing Webinar with Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA)

On October 14, 2021, the Alliance for Aging Research (Alliance) and the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics…
September 2, 2021

International Reference Pricing: There Are Better Options to Address Patients’ Drug Costs

International Reference Pricing sounds great on paper but would unfortunately harm older adults and individuals with a disability. Learn more…
November 17, 2020

Blog: Q+A on the Most Favored Nation Drug Pricing Proposal

Director of Public Policy Michael Ward, MS President Trump recently signed a most favored nation executive order to address prescription…
August 18, 2020

Act Now To Help Control Prescription Drug Costs

NOW is your chance to help control the skyrocketing prices of important, innovative, and potentially life-saving prescription drugs! How?…
May 26, 2020

Advocacy Groups Send Letter to CMMI on Part D Demonstration

On May 22, 2020, the Alliance for Aging Research and 26 other patient advocacy organizations wrote to the Centers for…
April 22, 2020

Blog: Addressing Out-Of-Pocket Prescription Drug Costs for Older Adults

Ryne Carney, Public Policy Manager at the Alliance for Aging Research Ryne Carney, Public Policy Manager at the Alliance for…