Session Topics to Address Ensuring Patient Access Despite Plan Changes, Maintaining Compliancy, Navigating Formulary Placement
(Chicago, IL) – Executives within the patient access and support industry will have the opportunity to network and share ideas with peers at the Pharmaceutical Strategic Patient Access and Support Conference, February 9-10, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina, bringing together experts from all corners of the pharmaceutical space. The conference will offer unparalleled workshops and interactive exchange groups to optimize key takeaways and interaction on some of the most top-of-mind issues concerning patient access professionals today.
A variety of topics will be addressed such as discovering techniques to improve access through evidence based value analysis, maintaining industry standards, and strategies for implementing patient access programs while increasing the bottom line. Executive level representatives from small, medium and large pharmaceutical organizations will be on hand to conduct sessions, panel discussions, and small group workshops, including Jeffry Gype of Celgene, Kate Sparich of Astrazeneca, and Michael Dubroff DO of Genentech.
Unique to this conference is an in-depth panel discussion led by Jacob Rodman of Raleigh Neurosurgical Clinic Inc. and Cameron Cox III of MSOC Health, along with patients who have had firsthand experience in utilizing patient access programs. This session will offer a physician and patient perspective on expectations for access and support that cannot be found elsewhere, as well as an open-floor format for extensive question and answer.
For more information on the Pharmaceutical Strategic Patient Access and Support Conference, or to register, please visit www.q1productions.com/patientaccess or contact email@example.com. You can also follow the conference on Twitter @Q1Productions, #RXSPAS15.