In a recent article for Managed Healthcare Executive, reporter Mari Edlin spoke with Trinity’s John Corcoran about what he sees in the pipeline for 2018 in terms of drug affordability and pharma’s response to the matter. You can read the full article including further insights from John, here: http://bit.ly/2DHZpwg
In a recent article for Formulary Watch, editor Christine Blank spoke with Trinity’s Leslie Sandberg Orne about new blockbuster drugs to hit the marketplace in 2018 that will treat HIV, diabetes, cancer, migraine headaches and other conditions. Check out Leslie’s insights in the full article, here: http://bit.ly/2ArPeZz
On December 9th, Trinity’s Herman Sanchez, Alex Chiang and Vivian DeWoskin attended the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA. During the meeting, Trinity employees had the opportunity to receive insight on evidence-based practice and decision making around malignant and non-malignant hematology, as well as the controversies associated with diagnosis and management. A full agenda of the annual meeting
can be found here: http://bit.ly/2zCT0Q5
Our Managing Partner Dave Fitzhenry recently sat down with Brian Orelli from BioWorld Insight where he discussed the findings of our second annual Drug Index. In the article titled, “Winners and losers from the FDA approval class of 2014,” Dave provided a comprehensive overview of the commercial success and performance of each individual drug humorously highlighting how Trinity Partners “envisioned it like looking at NFL draft grades.”
A team of experts from Trinity Partners and Janssen have published an article in Dermatology and Therapy. The paper, titled, “Dermatologist and Patient Preferences in Choosing Treatments for Moderate to Severe Psoriasis,” describes the results of a study to determine dermatologist and patient preferences in choosing treatments for moderate to severe psoriasis. The study concluded that comprehensive education regarding treatment attributes may help minimize the influence of subjective biases and facilitate appropriate and patient-centered treatment selection in psoriasis.
The paper was authored by Gordon Lau, Gretchen R. Chiu, Nandini Hadker, Aparna Deshpande, Stephen Fleming, and Nicola Vance, all of Trinity Partners, along with Seina Lee and Steve Fakharzadeh of Janssen Scientific Affairs. At the time of the study, Matthew Alcusky was a postdoctoral fellow with Thomas Jefferson University and Janssen Scientific Affairs.
To view the full text of the article, please visit http://bit.ly/2hJqe9k
Trinity Partners is proud to officially announce the promotion of Krista Perry and John Greenaway to the role of Principal and to Trinity Partners’ Leadership Team. In their new roles, Krista and John will co-lead Trinity Partners’ San Francisco office and consulting team. They will also partner with other Leadership Team members to drive business development and deliver projects to assist west coast biopharmaceutical clients in optimizing their strategic business decisions, commercial planning, and analytics. Further, both Krista and John continue to support the development and training of managers and junior staff.
A graduate of Dartmouth College, Krista Perry joined Trinity Partners in 2006 and has been serving clients as a project manager since 2013. Krista works in the general strategy consulting group and focuses on commercial assessments, prioritizations and launch planning. She has a focus on commercial support for clients focusing on rare diseases, including significant experience working with Trinity’s primary market research group to conduct qualitative and quantitative global research studies with physicians, patients, advocacy groups, payers and other stakeholders in orphan markets.
In addition to her vast experience in rare disease, Krista has broad experience in women’s health. Last year, she led a pro-bono project for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, helping them assess the potential of a collection of maternal vaccines. Krista has been with Trinity Partners for 11 years.
John Greenaway, a graduate of the University of Michigan and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, joined Trinity Partners in 2010. As part of the strategy consulting team, John supports the consulting and advisory needs for key pharmaceutical and medical device clients and their commercial executives. John provides senior pharmaceutical executives with analytics-based strategic recommendations in forecasting, market opportunity assessments, licensing and acquisition, and product launch planning.
John co-leads for Trinity’s Pricing, Access, Reimbursement, and Contracting (PARC) service, supporting pharmaceutical companies developing market access strategies and implementing pricing, contracting, and patient support programs. In this role, John has spoken and been a panel moderator at several industry conferences. Notably, John has presented Trinity’s published papers “Innovative Contracting Solutions in a Changing Healthcare Landscape” and “Changes to Medical Benefit Reimbursement and Implications for Drug Contracting and Pricing.” Additionally, he has moderated industry panels on “Best Practices to Develop and Implement Effective Pricing and Contracting Strategies.”
“Krista and John are leaders in the Trinity community, contributing to some of the most critical projects in the Strategy Consulting group,” said Dave Fitzhenry, Managing Partner at Trinity Partners. “Both principals truly deserve this recognition, as they are not only experts in what they do, but also genuine team players. As Trinity continues to grow, we are looking forward to seeing how Krista and John evolve in their new roles.”
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Trinity Partners, a leading global life sciences consulting firm, today announced the findings of its second annual Trinity Drug Index which assessed all novel drugs approved by the FDA in 2014. The index ranks drug performance against three categories: commercial success, therapeutic value and R&D complexity, assigning each drug a score in those three areas as well as an overall composite score.
Top findings of this year’s Trinity Drug Index include:
· Immuno-oncology agent Keytruda was the best performing drug approved in 2014, followed by Harvoni and Opdivo.
· To be successful, mass-market, primary care products had to demonstrate at least moderate therapeutic innovation coupled with substantial marketing power.
· While several orphan drugs achieved high commercial scores, others (mainly, “ultra-orphans”) were not able to reap the success expected based on their therapeutic value.
· Of products acquired during the regulatory review process or after FDA approval (Esbriet, Northera, Dalvance, Sivextro, and Zerbaxa), all but Esbriet underperformed commercially.
· Anti-infective agents did not perform well commercially despite average to above average therapeutic scores.
“Most of the top performers are innovative specialty drugs targeting multiple niche indications with high unmet needs,” said John Corcoran, Founder and President, Trinity Partners. “With increasing competition and tighter payer and regulatory controls, it’s critical that companies prioritize their investment to ensure an optimal return.”
To shed light on why products over- or under-perform commercially relative to their therapeutic value, the index authors included three case studies. These include a look at Keytruda and Opdivo (overperformers), Zerbaxa (underperformer), and Vimizim and Zykadia (underperformers).
“Even with the unique challenges presented by certain markets, success can be achieved in all therapeutic areas,” said Neal Dunn, Partner, Trinity Partners. “The key to executing a winning clinical and commercial strategy is to clearly and effectively demonstrate the value of novel agents.”
To view the full index, click HERE
Trinity Partners, a leading global life sciences consulting firm, today announced the organization has been named a Fastest Growing Firm by Consulting Magazine. The judges recognized Trinity as having one of the highest rates of revenue growth from 2013 to 2016 among consultancies of all sizes and sectors.
“At Trinity, we understand the importance of creating a culture of smart and motivated individuals who are committed to delivering exceptional work for our clients,” said Dave Fitzhenry, managing partner, Trinity Partners. “We hold ourselves to high standards for recruitment, training and growth opportunities. This ultimately leads to strong retention and supports the continued expansion of our business.”
This is the second consecutive year Trinity has been honored as a Fastest Growing Firm by Consulting Magazine. Throughout Trinity’s 20-year history, the company has honored its vision of leading transformation in the life sciences industry. The company is on pace to exceed its aggressive growth plan and increase organic revenue by over 20 percent in 2018.
Consulting Magazine recognized the Company as a mover and shaker of the consulting profession. Trinity, along with other fastest growing firms, was formally honored at the publication’s annual Awards Dinner on November 2 at the Yale Club in New York City.
This Thursday evening, Trinity’s Neal Dunn will be participating on a panel for Life Science Cares to discuss industry career opportunities with students from the Bottom Line program. The event will be held at EY’s Boston offices from 5:30 – 8:00pm. Learn more about Life Science Cares events here: http://bit.ly/2iz0Pzj
MIT Technology Review Associate Editor Emily Mullin spoke with Trinity Partners’ Herman Sanchez about gene therapy pricing, specifically around the correlation between price of drug, and patient population size. Learn more from their conversation here: http://bit.ly/2xlZZfg