The U.S. market for dry eye disease (DED) therapies witnessed notable developments in 2019, including Novartis’s acquisition of Xiidra and the launch of Sun Ophthalmics’ Cequa at a competitive price to Allergan’s Restasis—the market leader in DED. Moreover, the anticipated generic entry of Restasis and the launch of novel therapies (Kala Pharmaceuticals’ Eysuvis, Bausch Health’s NOV03, ReGenTree’s RGN-259, Oyster Point’s OC-01, and Aldeyra Therapeutics’ ADX-102) in the near future could influence payers’ access and reimbursement decisions in DED. Therefore, drug marketers and developers must understand how U.S. payers, ophthalmologists, and optometrists react to the evolving market dynamics in the treatment of DED.
Geography: United States
Primary research: Survey of 100 U.S. ophthalmologists and optometrists, survey of 32 U.S. MCO PDs / MDs
Fingertip formulary: Formulary coverage and restrictions data for DED therapies by commercial plans covering approximately 164 million lives and Medicare Part D plans covering 35 million lives nationally.
Key drugs covered: Restasis, Restasis MultiDose, Xiidra, Cequa, Klarity-C, Eysuvis, NOV03, RGN-259, OC-01, ADX-102
Reimbursement and contracting.
Access and prescribing.
Opportunities and challenges for emerging therapies.
Disease-specific special topic.
U.S. Access & Reimbursement provides integrated brand- and disease-level insight on reimbursement dynamics and the impact of U.S. payer policy on physician prescribing behavior in the market access environment, including up-to-date analysis of drug coverage and restriction policies and payer and prescriber perspectives on key marketed drugs and receptivity to emerging therapies.