THON weekend 2021, February 19-21. THON is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world raising over $10 million every year. Donations are committed to enhancing the lives of children and families impacted by childhood cancer. Since its inception, THON has raised over $180 million helping over 4,000 families. Donate today!
A&R In The News!
A&R Consultants Surpasses 50 Clients
We recently added our 50th client as we enter into our fourth year! Thank you for your support!
THON 2020 – The Fight Against Pediatric Cancer
Dear Friends, Colleagues & Clients, The students at Penn State University hold the world’s largest student-run philanthropy (THON) to raise money for the ongoing fight against childhood cancer. THON is held every February inside Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center – take a moment to search for pictures of past THON events and one can’t help Read more »
A&R Consultants presenting at the Diagnostic Coverage & Reimbursement conference in San Diego February 6-7, 2018
Cost effective & Value-based Evidence Development February 6th, 2018 – San Diego Abstract: One of the more significant barriers to obtaining coverage and reimbursement for a new or established advanced diagnostic is the high cost of the evidence development establishing clinical relevance. Creative approaches and a multi-prong strategy are critical to successfully balance evidence development Read more »
Webinar – Leveraging an Effective Appeals Strategy for Private Payer Coverage
Topic: Leveraging an Effective Appeals Strategy for Private Payer Coverage Date: Thursday, February 1, 2018 @ 10 a.m. EST Abstract: An effective appeals strategy, run concurrently with both traditional and innovative evidence development, can also help drive private payer coverage. Discussion to include design and timing of relevant appeals that support clinical utility and health Read more »
A&R Consultants presenting “Cost Effective and Value-based Evidence Development” at the the 11th semi-annual Diagnostics Conference in Boston December 4-5th
Cost effective & Value-based Evidence Development Abstract: One of the more significant barriers to obtaining coverage and reimbursement for a new or established advanced diagnostic is the high cost of the evidence development establishing clinical relevance. Creative approaches and a multi-prong strategy are critical to successfully balance evidence development with budget limitations and internal/investor pressure Read more »
Webinar – Payer Expectations to Cover and Reimburse your Test
Understanding Payer Expectations to Cover and Reimburse Your Test Wednesday, November 29th @ 10:30 a.m. (30 minutes including Q&A) Payers are willing to cover and reimburse an advanced diagnostic that impacts treatment decisions and improves patient outcomes. It is also important to demonstrate limited healthcare care dollars are being used in a cost-effective manner. It’s Read more »
A&R Presenting at DXCON17 in Boston, MA on March 30th, 2017
What is the Diagnostic Conference? Aimed at bringing together the principal thought leaders and executives in personalized medicine from the leading diagnostic companies and pharmaceutical manufacturers, this conference will help you face the current challenges and subsequent opportunities for launching a successful diagnostic test in the U.S. marketplace. We will explore the rise of companion diagnostics and Read more »
Performance-based Risk Sharing Panel
Gordon will be a panelist discussing “Performance-based Risk Sharing Agreements: Possibilities for Diagnostics” at the Diagnostic Coverage & Reimbursement Conference West in San Diego on February 10th.
A&R presenting at the Diagnostic Coverage & Reimbursement Conference West on February 9-10th in San Diego, CA
Gordon will be presenting “Establishing an Internal Commitment to Reimbursement” on February 9th, 2017 in San Diego, CA. Great science does not guarantee your test will be covered, let alone, reimbursed. The perspective of those covering and paying for the test is just as important as those using it. Properly level-setting internal expectations on the Read more »