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Holly Campbell

Holly Campbell Holly Campbell is a deputy vice president of public affairs at PhRMA focusing on the cost and value of medicines. Prior to joining PhRMA, Holly worked for large and small public relations firms where she provided strategic communications counsel, media relations and partnership expertise to health care and pharmaceutical clients. In her free time, she enjoys taking barre classes, trying new restaurants and spending time with Boss and Poppy, her rescue pups.

Recent Posts

PhRMA CEO discusses industry’s new approach to DTC television advertising

By Holly Campbell  |    October 17, 2018
PhRMA president and CEO Stephen J. Ubl joined CBS This Morning and MSNBC Live with Ali Velshi to discuss PhRMA member companies’ commitment to providing patients with the information they need to...   Read More

What they are saying: PhRMA member executives on industry’s new approach to DTC television advertising

By Holly Campbell  |    October 15, 2018
Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) member companies today announced their commitment to providing more transparency about medicine costs to help patients make more...   Read More

New study finds some hospitals mark up medicine prices at least 700 percent

By Holly Campbell  |    September 5, 2018
A new analysis from The Moran Company found nearly one in five hospitals marks up medicine prices 700 percent or more. With this 700 percent markup, a $150 medicine purchased by a hospital could...   Read More

69 percent of patients abandon medicines when cost sharing is more than $250

By Holly Campbell  |    August 23, 2018
New research from the IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science shows that when cost sharing rises, patients are more likely to abandon their medicines. In 2017, 69 percent of commercially insured...   Read More

New analysis in Health Affairs reinforces one-third of medicine list price rebated back to supply chain

By Holly Campbell  |    August 13, 2018
An analysis published in a Health Affairs blog post by Nancy L. Yu, Preston Atteberry and Peter B. Bach of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center reinforces that one-third of medicine list...   Read More

PhRMA submission to HHS on blueprint to lower drug prices and reduce out-of-pocket costs

By Holly Campbell  |    July 16, 2018
Today, PhRMA submitted comprehensive comments to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) request for information (RFI), HHS Blueprint to Lower Drug Prices and Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs....   Read More

New data show patients’ out-of-pocket costs are rising faster than their insurers’ costs

By Holly Campbell  |    July 9, 2018
Newly released data from the Kaiser Family Foundation show out-of-pocket costs for patients with employer-sponsored health insurance rose faster than the costs paid by their insurers between 2006...   Read More

Patients with a deductible have seen their out-of-pocket costs for brand medicines increase 50 percent since 2014

By Holly Campbell  |    June 20, 2018
Spending on medicines is growing at the slowest rate in years, but according to a new IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science article, at the pharmacy, commercially insured patients with a...   Read More

Sharing negotiated discounts at the pharmacy counter could save seniors with diabetes more than $350 annually

By Holly Campbell  |    May 17, 2018
Sharing a portion of negotiated rebates at the pharmacy counter could save seniors in Medicare with diabetes more than $350 annually, according to a new analysis from IHS Markit. The data also...   Read More

Video: PhRMA CEO discusses biopharmaceutical supply chain at POLITICO event

By Holly Campbell  |    May 4, 2018
Yesterday, PhRMA president and CEO Stephen J. Ubl spoke at POLITICO’s “Deconstructing the Prescription Drug Supply Chain” event, discussing the incredible new era of medicine, medicine spending...   Read More

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