ARM Statement on the Trump Administration's Interim Final Rule on Drug Pricing

Washington, DC – November 20, 2020

Cell, gene, and tissue-based therapies are the future of medicine, with the potential to durably treat or even cure the most challenging diseases. The administration’s ‘Most Favored Nation’ Interim Final Rule could threaten innovation in regenerative medicine. If the administration is concerned about clinical outcomes and high expenditures, policymakers should embrace innovative payment models, including outcomes-based agreements that reward scientific investment when therapies work and patients’ conditions improve.