Humira Biosimilars Gain Market Share as Insurers Drop Coverage


As the patent for AbbVie’s blockbuster drug Humira expires, several biosimilars have entered the market, leading to increased competition and potential cost savings for patients. With the introduction of these lower-priced alternatives, health insurance companies are beginning to drop coverage for the original Humira in favor of biosimilars.

The sales of Humira biosimilars are expected to rise significantly as more insurers make the switch. This shift in coverage will likely determine which biosimilar manufacturers gain the largest market share. As the competition intensifies, patients and healthcare providers will need to navigate the changing landscape of available treatment options and insurance coverage.

The introduction of biosimilars has the potential to reduce healthcare costs while maintaining the efficacy and safety of the original biologic drug. As the market continues to evolve, it remains to be seen which Humira biosimilars will emerge as the preferred choice among insurers and patients alike.