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Case Study

MAP’s vision to accelerate patient access to medicines, devices and diagnostics is at the heart of everything we do.

Case study 6:

MAP’s work on improving access to orphan medicines has helped to strengthen the case for change and encourage greater external pressure

Challenge

  •  An increasing number of clients were bringing orphan medicines to market and being referred for a Single Technology Appraisal instead of via the tailored Highly Specialised Technology route. There was limited coordination within the stakeholder community on this topic and a need to refresh the narrative on the case for change.

Approach

  •  We established a Steering Group of supporting companies and developed an evidence-based report to make the case for change in rare diseases.

  •  Our media campaign was launched resulting in one significant national news piece and six pharma sector news pieces.

  •  Rolling engagement programme with 8 mentions in the UK Parliament of the report and its findings.

  •  Parliamentary event with attendance of 13 charities and 8 Parliamentarians at Parliamentary roundtable.

  •  Policy updates were provided for supporting companies.

Results

  •  Recognition by NICE of need for flexibilities in STA process and active reference of the need for interim recommendations in the draft NHS Commercial Framework.

  •  Contributing new evidence helped to reset the narrative and provide a clear mandate that the NICE methods review could deliver change.

  •  Greater focus on orphan medicines from groups such as the ABPI.

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