Jennifer A. Ohn, MPH

Research Data Analyst, Center for Health Policy and Outcomes, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Ms. Ohn’s work primarily involves tracking drug pricing policy proposals, drug pricing data analyses, and value-based pricing pilots.

She holds an MPH in policy and management from New York University and a BS in neuroscience from Bucknell University.

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We conduct non-partisan, independent research, and make our work accessible and informative to policymakers and the general audience alike. Browse our featured research or explore our work by article type.

Blueprints for Indication-Specific Pricing
Several approaches that rewire existing reimbursement conventions as alternatives to facilitate ISP are proposed.
Drug Pricing Lab 05/19/2020
Understanding the Rewards of Successful Drug Development: Thinking Inside the…
The ability to charge high prices is only one component of a complex system of risks and rewards that underlies pharmaceutical innovation.
NEJM 01/30/2020
Abandon Biosimilars as Biologics are Natural Monopolies
Biosimilars will not effectively lower the price of biologic drugs after the period of market exclusivity.
HA Blog 04/15/2019
Does the 6% in Medicare Part B Drug Reimbursement Affect…
Research tells us that policymakers are right to be concerned.
Drug Pricing Lab 05/10/2018
The Conflict Between QALYs and Well-Funded Patient Advocacy Groups
The goal of a QALY is to figure out how much any given drug is worth to a society so that we, as a society, have a benchmark to evaluate the price of pharmaceutical products.
Relentless Health Value 12/10/2020
Remdesivir Less Expensive for "Government Programs"? Not So Fast.
Two options are proposed if Gilead wishes to offer the discounts to the full array of government programs.
Drug Pricing Lab 07/01/2020
Pharmaceutical Products and Their Value
Steep increases in prices and spending on prescription drugs in the United States have triggered public outrage and questions about their value.
Value in Health 03/29/2020
Drop in Cancer Deaths Reflect Failures of Our Society. Really.
Despite declining cancer death rates, the nation still presents societal failures to improve the state of our population's health.
The Boston Globe 02/21/2020
Dissecting PhRMA's Opposition to H.R. 3 Lower Drug Costs Now…
Dr. Peter Bach responds to PhRMA's stance of opposition to H.R. 3 Lower Drug Costs Now Act of 2019.
STAT News 10/11/2019
Time to Throw in the Towel on Biosimilars
Peter Bach and Mark Trusheim of MIT Sloan School of Management underscore the drawbacks of Washington's preferred solution to introduce competition for biologics, the biosimilar model.
The Wall Street Journal 08/21/2019
Mortgaging New Treatments Kicks the Can on High Drug Prices
The launch price for one-time gene therapy Zolgensma presents various implications.
Morning Consult 07/09/2019
A $475,000 price tag for a new cancer drug: crazy…
Drug Pricing Lab op-ed in STAT News discusses indication-specific pricing of Kymriah.
STAT News 08/31/2017

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