Where Industry Meets Specialty Pharmacy
ESTABLISH AN OPTIMIZED SPECIALTY NETWORK DESIGN AND CHANNEL STRATEGY TO ENHANCE MARKET ACCESS TO SPECIALTY THERAPIES AND IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES
The 5th Annual Specialty Network Design and Channel Optimization Summit is designed to bring multiple stakeholders together including specialty pharmacies, payers, PBMs, and manufacturers to examine the future of specialty pharmacy and changing market dynamics within specialty network design. As the role of pharmacy channels becomes increasingly important in ensuring patient access, it is imperative pharma and biotech executives with specialty drug products come together to develop winning channel strategies and appropriate network designs to maximize product attributes, provide necessary patient services, and improve market reach.
OPTIMAL PATIENT JOURNEY: Learn how to map the desired patient journey and identify the optimal patient service model to inform channel strategies and network design
PATIENT ACCESS AND ASSISTANCE: Discover how co-pay and patient affordability impacts specialty network design
SPECIALTY CHANNEL STRATEGY: Determine the trade-offs between open, limited, and exclusive pharmacy networks to ensure the optimal distribution model
PRE-LAUNCH NETWORK DESIGN: Create a product specific distribution strategy based on product type, reimbursement and site of care
DATA INSIGHTS: Construct a data governance approach and leverage third-party aggregator data to measure pharmacy performance
SPECIALTY CHANNEL PARTNER SELECTION: Understand the criteria to consider for specialty pharmacy inclusion in your network around metric reporting, patient satisfaction, hubs and patient services
NOVEL CONTRACTING MODELS: Explore the impact of new contracting models to determine the optimal contracting approach and ensure effective data sharing in specialty pharmacy partnerships
NEW FOR 2018
In today’s evolving healthcare landscape, there is one consistent theme – the patient. Join your peers across specialty distribution, patient support services and hub design, and patient services compliance to break down silos and strategize best practices for improving support and access from manufacturer to patient, provider and networks.
- Customize your experience: participate in shared keynotes and then dive into your specific topic area of interest across the entire Integrate 2018 Congress
- Triple the Networking: Join senior stakeholders from specialty pharmacies, payers, IDNs, manufacturers, and patients to truly transform the specialty network design and improve the patient experience across three co-located summit
Featured Master Class
Specialty Data and Access Strategies Summit
For the first time ever, the Integrate 2018 Congress will feature the World Congress Specialty Data and Access Strategies Summit designed to bring industry thought leaders together to examine the specialty marketplace and gain insights into how to leverage data to ensure product access. The key to ensuring product access is the ability to derive insights from internal and external data and put the data in a form that can be shared between stakeholders. As specialty products have its own unique characteristics, manufacturers must learn how to partner with distribution partners to collect the specialty data and contract to strategically leverage the data for patient adherence and access.
Featured Speakers Include
Vice President, Real World Data & Analytics Center of Excellence, Patient & Health Impact
Assistant Vice President
Strategy, Business, and Program Development
Specialty Pharmacy Service
Division of Pharmacy Services
As part of the integrate 2018 Congress
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Outstanding and highly relevant content with excellent speakers
–-- Patient Experience Lead, UCB, Inc. Attending Companies
The evolving healthcare system requires everyone to break down silos and build more integrated solutions. World Congress’ Integrate meetings bring together crucial yet complementary functions: specialty network design, supply chain strategy, patient services and hubs, and compliance. It’s a wonderful opportunity for the industry to reflect on how we can all serve patients more effectively and efficiently. I expect this multi-faceted event to trigger many new crossfunctional conversations and collaborations.
–-- Adam J. Fein, Ph.D., President, Pembroke Consulting, Inc.; Author, Drug Channels
Very interactive, high-level discussions and relevant agenda topics made this Congress valuable time spent
–-- Director, Advocacy and Alliance Development, GSK