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Biosimilar Substitution by State

 

Some states don’t have substitution laws--find out which ones.

Pharma and payers often disagree over how U.S. states should address substitutions of low-cost versions of biologic drugs.

Many states have already enacted laws dealing with substitution, but some markets have held out.

  • What are the “hurdles” biosimilar product substitution will face in the US?
  • Which states are lacking substitution laws?

DRG’s expert analysts have developed a NEW infographic to answer these questions.