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5 Slides We're Discussing: The policy implications of new medicines

| Nov 17, 2021 | Michigan

Panelists discussed the importance of transparency and need for cost reductions on specialty drugs in State of Reform’s recent virtual conversation “5 Slides We’re Discussing: The policy implications of new medicines.”  The experts called on pharmaceutical companies and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) to be more transparent in their pricing and...[ Read More ]

Registration for "5 Slides: The policy implications of new medicines" is now open!

| Nov 3, 2021 | Michigan

The pandemic has shifted the politics and public opinion on health care. Where cost was a primary concern before COVID, now access to affordable innovations is top of consumers and policy makers minds. So, as a return to normalcy appears on the horizon, the intersection of cost pressures and innovation...[ Read More ]

Registration for “5 Slides: Bending the Rx cost curve” is now open!

| Oct 22, 2021 | Maryland

The question of increasing affordable access to care has risen to the forefront of health policy conversations in the wake of COVID-19 — a shift from previously cost-focused models. In the world of pharmacy, health leaders are engaging in conversations about navigating cost pressures as Virginia begins to, hopefully, return...[ Read More ]

Registration for “5 Slides: Gene therapy and the promise for rare diseases” is now open!

Emily Boerger | Oct 12, 2021 | Washington

Gene therapy represents a new generation of medicine that shows great promise in the fight against rare genetic diseases. The potential long-term transformative benefits could reduce, or even eliminate the ongoing costs of supporting patients and managing diseases. State of Reform is looking forward to exploring this issue in depth at...[ Read More ]

Registration Open: "5 Slides We're Discussing" Strengthening the behavioral health system

| May 25, 2021 | Oregon

Oregon’s suicide death rate is the 9th highest in the country, according to CDC statistics. The COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated those struggles as more adults are reporting anxiety and depression. What can we do in Oregon to augment our behavioral and mental health system while maintaining a financially healthy...[ Read More ]

Registration open—reviewing health policy in the 2021 Oregon legislature

| Apr 15, 2021 | Oregon

Some of Oregon's most influential voices in health policy advocacy will be joining State of Reform on April 23rd. They will be reviewing the progress made during the legislative session and talk through some key policy conversations. During our upcoming Leadership Series, “Reviewing health policy in the 2021 Oregon Legislature”,...[ Read More ]