2017 Congress Faculty:

Attending Companies

abbvie.png accredo.png aegerion.png alnylam.png amerisource.png asembia.png BMS.png brookingsinstitute.png cancercare.png celgene.png drugchannels.png eisai.png endo.png foundationcare.png gatewayhealth.png glenmark.png horizon.png incyte.png iroko.png j&j.png lashgroup.png mallinckrodt.png marathon.png merck.png NASP.png Novartis.png novonordisk.png Purdue.png regeneron.png sandoz.png takeda.png triplefin.png unitedtherapeutics.png

The evolving healthcare system requires everyone to break down silos and build more integrated solutions. World Congress’ Pharma4 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

The Specialty Network Design and Channel Optimization Summit

  • Discover new ways to address traditional and emerging patient needs through network design and channel partners
  • Explore the impact of new contracting models on traditional channel strategies
  • Realize the impact of changing payer-provider and payer-PBM relationships on your distribution strategy
  • Discuss how channel choices impacts patients and providers in navigating coverage and reimbursement under the pharmacy benefit
  • Map the patient and product journey to identify activities to measure and track with partners that improve patient access and medication adherence
  • Understand the emerging standards to consider for SP inclusion in your network around metric reporting, patient satisfaction, hub services, and REMS compliance

The Patient Support Services and Hub Design Summit

  • Uncover leading strategies around implementing patient support services and HUB designs
  • Engage in facilitated discussions around contracting from value-based to specialty pharmacy and FMV pricing
  • Gain perspective around marketing collaboration, payer relationships and compliance concerns with multiple stakeholder presentations
  • Expand on value-added services in patient support services and HUB design
  • Explore the evolving models of assistance for the increasingly involved patient

The Patient Services Compliance Summit

  • Exploring IT infrastructure to mitigate risk in data sharing and HUB design
  • Designing monitoring, training and auditing around field service nurses to develop compliant relationships
  • Reducing anti-kickback risks with value-added services and contracts with HUBs and SPs
  • Developing transparent relationships around patient assistance and co-pay cards
  • Examining risk mitigation strategies around internal and external HUB development and design