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How much does pharma pay for EHR data

I have been trying to get some data points (or even a range) on the value of EHR data to pharma companies. There is enough articles that highlight that pharma companies acquire this data through providers or EHR companies directly. I also realize that this may vary across disease states. But it would be good to get input on folks on the pharma-side or the EHR data sales side to validate with a range (in terms of per patient value).

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Mitchell Portnoy
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My experience is that the value of the data is in the context for which the drug claims are ordered by the provider - namely disease state.Big pharma typically purchases point of care data either directly from pharmacy swipe readers, including Wallgreen's etc., or prefers to have a complete, but de-identififed pharmacy and medical claims integrated database which may or may not include a transformational layer, eg., Episode Treatment Groups.

Hope this helps even if I'm not answering or exact question.

Anshuman Sharma
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RIght, I do understand that it is indication dependent. However, what I was trying to do was get some empirical evidence. Such as (say hypothetically) - $50/patient/year for something like respiratory/asthma - $150/patient/year for oncology.

I know that pharma buys data from PBMs, providers or directly from EHR companies (de-identified of course).
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