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2017-04-05
When: Wednesday, April 5, 2017
7:30 AM
Where: University of Toronto Mississauga Campus
3359 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga
Mississauga, Ontario  L5L 1C6
Canada
Contact: Cristina Ramos-Tziamouranis
416.642.6378


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Market Access 101: Fundamentals of Reimbursement in Canada

 

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

ROOM IB 140, University of Toronto Mississauga Campus
3359 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6

 

We will explore the market access decision-making pathway for pharmaceuticals from Health Canada approval through reimbursement in private and public drug plans. Attendees will gain insights into the various steps and the inter-relationships between each milestone of pharmaceutical market access. The sessions will also address the interests and involvement of various perspectives, including public payers, private payers and patients.

We will also be focusing on networking and market access careers discussions during a lunch-hour workshop that will get you actively engaged with colleagues and speakers.


Anyone who wants to learn more about market access should consider joining us, and if you are seeking your Market Access Certification through our CMAP program this is a must-attend event!

Registration Fees: Includes conference materials, breakfast, lunch and two breaks.
CAHR Member $850.00 Non-Member $995.00* Student $75.00 (13% HST is applicable)




AGENDA

  8:00AM
REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
  9:00AM

The Road to Market Access in Canada-From Concept to End of Lifecycle

John-Paul Dowson, Managing Director, Roubaix Strategies 

  • Drug decision- making pathway
  • Public/private insurance dynamics·     
  • Role of the patient
 10:15AM NETWORKING BREAK
 10:30AM

PMPRB and Pricing
Joan McCormick, Principal, Price Regulation, QuintilesIMS
Monica Soos, Manager, Strategic Pricing, Janssen Inc.

  • Role of federal pricing regulator, price reviews and enforcement
  • PMPRB policy evolution and advice for industry
  • Considerations for pharmaceutical pricing from an industry expert
 11:30AM

HTA and Submissions
Angela Rocchi, Principal, Athena Research Inc.
Ferg Mills, Director of Strategic Consulting, Innomar Consulting; CAHR, Vice-President

  • Role of HTA bodies in Canada (CADTH, pCODR and INESSS)
  • Overview of the elements of the HTA submission
  • Clinical package for HTA
  • Economic package for HTA
 12:30PM  LUNCH & NETWORKING / Market Access Careers Workshop

Session Moderator:
John-Paul Dowson, Managing Director, Roubaix Strategies

  • Hear from market access leaders in a moderated discussion as to what led them to a career in this area and how their journeys helped shape their career
  • Have a chance to have more “one-on-one” time with the panelists and other market access leaders at your table – ask more specific questions that may help you determine your own path in a Market Access career
  • Networking among the attendees – don’t forget your business cards!

Market Access Career Mentors and Panelists:
France Dube, Director of Government Affairs, Stakeholders and Corporate Responsibility, AstraZeneca
Kristina Gentes, Manager, Reimbursement & Medical Affairs, Servier
Johnny Ma, President & COO, Mapol
Sherry O’Quinn, Managing Principal, Morse Consulting Inc.
David Shum, Director, Reimbursement Strategy and Health Economics, F. Hoffmann-La Roche


Market Access Career Mentors:

Bruce Beamer, Director of Government and External Affairs, Eastern Canada, Bayer; CAHR, Director-at-Large
Chris Cameron
, Senior Director of Evidence Synthesis & Health Technology Assessment, Cornerstone Research Group Inc.
Ferg Mills, Director of Strategic Consulting, Innomar Consulting; CAHR, Vice-President
James LeBrocq, Senior Manager Marketing and Business Development, McKesson Canada; CAHR, Director, Membership
Michael Leo, Senior Manager – Federal, ON, West Canada, Lundbeck Canada, Public Affairs and Market Access; CAHR, President
Arvind Mani, Managing Director, Mani & O'Quinn Reimbursement Strategy Experts (MORSE) Consulting Inc.; CAHR, Director, Partnerships
Angela Rocchi, Angela Rocchi, Principal, Athena Research Inc.
Lorna Warwick, National Director, Education and Services, Lymphoma Canada

 2:00PM

 pCPA and Negotiations
Sherry O’Quinn, Managing Principal, Morse Consulting Inc.
Emmanuel Ewara, Manager, Private Payers, Janssen Inc.

  • This session will provide participants with an understanding of the pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance (pCPA) and the important role it plays in the Canadian reimbursement process
  • Attendees will learn about the history of the pCPA and its process, gain insights into the use of product listing agreements and be presented with metrics capturing pCPA’s activities to date
3:00PM   

NETWORKING BREAK

Summaries, Perspectives and the Future (link to MA201)  
Moderator:
William (Bill) Dempster, CEO, 3Sixty Public Affairs; CAHR, Director, Educational Events

  • Summary of the day’s events and key messages: This panel will bring together speaker perspectives from the earlier sessions and introduce two patient representatives to:
  • discuss what we heard during the day about the HTA process as well as the public and private environments
  • consider what the reimbursement environment will look like in the future
  • Spotlight on: Patient perspectives on the PMPRB, HTA, pCPA, etc., and their formal/informal patient input processes vis-à-vis market access
  • Link to Market Access 201 themes and agenda

Panelists:
Gail Attara, President and Chief Executive Officer, GI (Gastrointestinal) Society
Chris Cameron, Senior Director of Evidence Synthesis & Health Technology Assessment, Cornerstone Research Group Inc.
Johnny Ma, President & COO, Mapol
Sherry O’Quinn, Managing Principal, Morse Consulting Inc.
Russell Williams, Vice President, Government Relations and Public Policy, Diabetes Canada

   4:45PM
Wrap up and Q&A Period
John-Paul Dowson, Managing Director, Roubaix Strategies
   5:00PM
Program Ends

 
CAHR reserves the right to cancel or change speakers, content and date without prior notice. We assume no liability for these changes.


 Thank you to our event partners!

 
 
 


For more information, contact Cristina at 416-494-1440 ext 258 or email
cramos@cahr-acrss.ca 


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