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Session title:
Session 113 Open Forum: Pharmacy Outcomes Based Contracting
 
Session date: 2016-06-17
 
   Start Time: 12   : 00 AM  
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CPD:  1.80  EA:  

 
Presenter:  
Alejandro Miguel Cires, FSA, MAAA; Gregory L. Warren, FSA, FCA, MAAA; Denise Wolff
 
Moderator:   
Gregory L. Warren, FSA, FCA, MAAA
 
Session description:  

Presenters for this session will describe the pros and cons of various 'advanced' contracting strategies between pharmaceutical manufacturers and payers. This will include a discussion of the criteria that must be in place for a successful contract, as well as describe three to four types of contracts being used in the market today.

At the conclusion of the session, attendees will be able to: 

  • Define what an 'advanced' contract is between a pharmaceutical manufacturer and payer;
  • Explain pros and cons of various approaches; and
  • Describe financial mechanisms in place to determine the payments in an 'advanced' contract.

Country Relevance: Non-Nation-Specific

Experience Level:     Intermediate  
Coordinators:
Coordinator
 
Jason Bradley Gomberg, FSA, MAA; Gregory L. Warren, FSA, FCA, MAAA
 

 
Sponsor:
Product Development Section
 
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