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DRG people's page - Brian Corvino

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."

Brian Corvino serves as the SVP and Managing Partner for DRG Consulting.  Over the past 5 years, Brian has been responsible for ensuring that our clients receive best in class insight and collaborative thought partnership. In addition, he has a focus on building a best in class talent organization, having been recognized by PharmaVoice as one of the most inspiring leaders within the Life Sciences Industry.

Brian brings over 15 years of experience in the areas of market access, pricing and commercial strategy, as well as health policy.   Over the past few years, Brian’s practice has focused on addressing challenging issues related to the balance of access and innovation for transformational therapeutic advances.  In particular, he has focused on unique market access issues in the areas of oncology, rare diseases, specialty diseases and drug-device-digital interventions.  He continues to progress industry thinking on these important areas, through frequent publication and engagement with leading policy/trade organizations, industry forums and leading graduate universities.

Prior to DRGC, Brian served as the Managing Partner for PharmaStrat, a market access and pricing consulting firm, subsequently acquired by DRG.  Prior consulting, Brian worked in industry, at Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) where he participated in J&J’s leadership development program, in roles varying from specialty sales, business information/analytics and strategic planning.

Brian has a BA, with Honors distinction on Competitive Advantage in the Pharmaceutical Industry, from Moravian College. In addition, Brian has completed graduate executive coursework at the Harvard Business School and received his MBA from Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.