Monday, May 08, 2017

Partnering with IDNs BioPharma Strategy Summit

Partnering with IDNs BioPharma Strategy Summit
August 16-17, 2017 | Philadelphia, PA

As health systems continue to grow and consolidate to form major Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs), manufacturers are tasked with learning how to best contract with, and sell to, these evolving systems to ensure product success. With conflict of interest policies in place and restricted access to physicians, manufacturers are changing their sales approach to better reach and engage these new customers.

CBI’s Partnering with IDNs Strategy Summit convenes manufacturers and IDNs to discuss how to create a mutually beneficial partnership that contributes to continual care coordination, strategic product management and enhanced access.

Drug Channels readers will save $400 off the standard registration rate
when they use discount code QJF259.*

Key Explorations Include:
  • The IDN model of patient care coordination and what it can do to improve the patient experience on behalf of the provider, manufacturer, payer and other stakeholders
  • Changes in the hospital reimbursement model, focused on quality tied to outcomes measures
  • Effective ways manufacturers can partner with health systems
  • Understand the size and scope of the current US hospital marketplace and the GPO’s contracting relationships with those providers
  • Explore implications of value-based RWE on the healthcare manufacturing community in terms of contracting, distribution, and consumer engagement with payers and providers
  • Gain perspective on how IDN SPs are gaining manufacturer network access
Confirmed Speakers Include:
  • Jeff Prewett, Sr. National Account Director – Oncology GPO & IDN, Lilly USA, LLC
  • Anindita Sinha, Director, Business Insights – Market Intelligence, Bayer
  • William T. Lee, D.Ph, MPA, FASCP, Pharmacy System Director, Carilion Clinic Healthcare System
  • Thomas Felix, M.D., R&D Policy, Intercontinental Region, Amgen
  • Jerry Buller, Director, Specialty Pharmacy Services, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • Michelle Templin, Vice President, Government Affairs and Business Development, MHA ACO Network

Visit for more information. Drug Channels readers will save $400 off the standard registration rate when they use discount code QJF259.*

*Discount may not be combined with other offers, category rates, promotions, or applied towards an existing registration. Offer not valid on workshop only or academic/nonprofit registrations. Other restrictions may apply.

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