European Pharmaceutical Pricing & Reimbursement

Date
2015-10-05 - 2015-10-06
Organizer
Exhibitors
100
Floor Size
1000
Attendees
500
Event contact title
Mr
Event contact first name
Vinh
Event contact last name
Trinh
Email
vtrinh@smi-online.co.uk
Event contact telephone number
+442078276140
Description
SMi's 21st annual European Pharmaceutical Pricing & Reimbursement conference, taking place on 5-6 October 2015 in London, will bring together senior industry figures from big pharma, biotech and academia discussing recent updates and highlighting strategies to deal with the latest P&R developments through keynote addresses, case studies and roundtable discussions. International changes in policy will also be highlighted, along with an in-depth focus on biosimilar dugs and the impact that they have had on P&R through nations across Europe. Benefits of attending: - Evaluate new models for European reimbursement - Develop understanding of tiered pricing options with case studies from GSK - Gain further insight into current HTA policies - Receive invaluable information from field leaders through in-depth case studies - Learn about changes in UK P&R policy following the UK elections from industry bodies EMIG and the ABPI Speaker Panel includes: - Leslie Galloway, Chairman, Ethical Medicines Industry Group - Alexander Natz, Secretary General, European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs - Janice Haigh, Practice Leader Market Access, Quintiles - Ken Walsh, Head Emerging Markets Pricing, GSK - Toros Sahin, Head of Market Access & Health Economics, Sanofi Turkey - David Watson, Director of Pricing & Reimbursement, ABPI - Alexander Roediger, Director European Union Affairs, MSD - Leyla Hannbeck, Head of Pharmacy, National Pharmaceutical Association Ltd - Eric Low, CEO, Myeloma UK The conference will also feature an interactive post-conference workshop on: HTA Uncovered, led by Anke Van Engen, Chief Development Officer and Janice Haigh, Practice Leader Market Access, Quintiles, taking place on the 7th October 2015 in London.

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