CLEVELAND – What are some of the biggest challenges related using to artificial intelligence (AI) in health care? A panel of experts tackled that question during a session Tuesday during the 2019 Medical Innovations Summit, while also discussing what their organizations have done in this space to advance patient care.
Following FDA approval of Novartis AG's VEGF-A inhibitor, Beovu, in wet age-related macular degeneration earlier this month, speculation immediately started on how much market share that new therapeutic will capture at the expense of Regeneron Pharmaceutical Inc.'s Eylea.
While the general markets are leaning toward positive territory following a quiet summer period, the enthusiasm for biopharma equities remains muted. One of the most closely monitored therapeutic areas is oncology. Earlier this year, public companies developing innovative medicines in that area had enjoyed strong support; however, investors now appear to be more selective in backing companies in that sector.
The Congressional Budget Office is estimating $345 billion could be saved in direct federal spending on Medicare Part D prescription drugs from 2023 through 2029 if H.R. 3, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, was passed.
"With any traditional antidepression medicine, it takes three, four, six weeks before you see a response. With this class of drug, on day four, boom, there is a connection between it and lifting depression."