The U.S. health system demonstrated resilience and flexibility during 2020, recovering toward its pre-pandemic levels of activity and progressing into 2021, even as the backlog of missed or delayed activity remains substantial. Medicine supply was largely maintained and spending on medicines increased by less than 1% on a net price basis.
This webinar follows the release of a new IQVIA Institute report on The Use of Medicines in the U.S.: Spending and Usage Trends and Outlook to 2025 and is intended to generate meaningful discussion among a multi-stakeholder panel around timely topics related to the use of medicine in the U.S.
The report was produced independently by the IQVIA Institute as a public service, without industry or government funding, and is available for free download. The webinar is also a non-commercial event by the IQVIA Institute and is open to all who register to attend.