How Can U.S. Prevent Drug Supply Chain Disruptions?

After disruptions during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) convened a committee to ensure that supplies of medical technology and pharmaceuticals wouldn’t be interrupted during future crises. Experts tell AIS Health, a division of MMIT, that while the report’s recommendations will help prevent disaster pricing if implemented, it won’t have a significant effect on the pricing behaviors or day-to-day operations of PBMs.

The panel, a multidisciplinary group of business leaders, medical practitioners and academics — which included recently approved FDA head Robert Califf, M.D. — had seven notable recommendations, according to an official summary:

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Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson

Peter has been a reporter for nearly a decade. Before joining AIS Health, Peter covered a wide variety of topics in his hometown of Seattle, where he continues to live. Peter’s work has appeared in publications including The Atlantic and The Stranger. Peter attended Colby College.

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