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Market Access USA 2016

A session at Market Access USA 2016

Gaining access to your drug remains a challenge for many. As market access policies in the US and globally continue to evolve, the way that pharma responds to meet these requirements needs to change. Learn how to align current and future challenges for successful market access.

This is the must attend meeting for those wanting to implement real effective access strategies to the challenges faced by high-value drugs, stakeholder management, patient engagement and personalised medicine. Take a look at the brochure to see the great speaker line-up and brand new formats!

Join us to examine:
Innovative pricing strategies for high-value drugs
How to overcome barriers to patient access
How to adapt to the changing models of the payers globally
How you can meet payers’ expectations
Securing reimbursement for personalised medicines

This year's meeting is even better, we've put together a comprehensive program and enlisted expert speakers to speak on topics which are core to what industry, providers and payers need to discuss.

We're making Market Access World USA even more interactive and engaging with roundtables, more panel discussions and debate, more tangible case studies and plenty of networking time. You can also choose which sessions to attend as the meeting is co-located with Evidence Congress Americas. Together, we will focus on the opportunities to maximise value in evidence-based research and market access strategy. The two day congress will provide practical perspectives from a plethora of inspiring speakers in payer, provider, pharma and patient-led organisations. You need to be at the forefront of industry development and part of our discussions.

Prices:
Vendor Package: USD 1500
Pharma/Biotech Package: USD 950

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When

Date Tue 18th October 2016

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Official event site

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