COEUS and Emerging Therapy Solutions Partner to Advance Value-Based Healthcare and Commercial Innovation

COEUS Holdings

DEVON, PA — COEUS Holdings (COEUS) and its subsidiaries, recently announced a strategic partnership with Emerging Therapy Solutions® (ETS), a company providing risk management and cost-containment solutions associated with high-cost therapies for rare and complex conditions to healthcare payers, including reinsurers for health plans and stop loss carriers for self-funded employers.

“As the pace quickens for the introduction and increased uptake of novel, high-cost treatments, the need to develop and leverage innovative solutions to inform the payor market of what to expect, and accurately track and report patient outcomes after therapy administration continues to heighten,” said David McLean, Chief Executive Officer of ETS. “By providing our payor clients a comprehensive suite of tools and services including our Centers of Excellence (COE) network management, actuarial forecasting tools, leading clinical content, and financial tracking and reporting capabilities, ETS has built relationships with our customers to help support appropriate access for these important life-saving therapies. Through this exciting partnership, ETS is now able to provide access to the value-based contracts utilizing the COEBRA™ Platform for management, allowing us to further enhance our cost-benefit modeling of these new therapies and help our clients adjust their financial exposure over time.”

The partnership will benefit both organizations by combining their innovative services in support of the healthcare industry’s movement towards aligning payments to a therapy’s derived value.

“Innovation in drug development continues to accelerate, providing personalized life-changing therapies to patients in need. That same level of innovation needs to be deployed commercially to ensure that these novel therapies can be paid for within a healthcare system that wasn’t designed to absorb many one-time, high-cost treatments. Long-term success in value-based pricing is contingent not only on accurately defining the right group of patients and analyzing a complete record of their health in order to predict and measure their outcomes, but also ensuring we can trace back payments to any entity that has paid for a given therapy over any number of years so they can recoup some of that cost if the therapy fails” said Marc Hixson, CEO of COEUS. “By partnering with ETS, we can leverage its client network of risk-bearing entities – ranging from first dollar payers to stop loss and reinsurance – for access to these agreements and to continue to pay for these innovative therapies while appropriately adjusting their financial risk or exposure.”

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