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Beyond getting regulatory approval, getting through HTA reviews successfully is key for market access. HTA requirements vary across countries, however a global strategy for value demonstration at launch is required for timely and successful submission.

The workshop will cover the requirements for establishing an HEOR strategy addressing market access and pricing requirements including real world evidence from an European perspective. This will be done from a practical and interactive approach.

 Attendees will be able to understand and develop best practice approaches for value demonstration of novel medications.

Workshop LEADER

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Patrick Mollon

Former Director Global Health Economics and Outcomes Research; HEOR Director, Novartis; PMHE2020

Patrick Mollon, MD, ESSEC MBA, MSc worked initially as a Clinician, practicing General Medicine as well as being a Registrar in Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care in an University Teaching Hospital in Lyon, France.

A Director, Global HEOR at both Pfizer and Novartis he has been instrumental in developing and implementing health economic strategies to support developmental compounds in a number of therapeutic areas, including cardiovascular, urology, antivirals, immunology, leading the value identification and demonstration efforts for market access and health technology assessment from a global perspective. As such, he has led the development of patient reported outcomes tools, health-economic and budget-impact models, and value dossiers.

He is currently an Independent HEOR Consultant at PMHE2020

Patrick has a number of health-economics and outcomes research publications, his main interests are in health-economic modelling methods and applications as well as patient-reported outcomes and decision-making.
 

Novartis; PMHE2020

Capitalising on 20+ years experience in medical practice, drug development and HEOR, PHME2020 provides HEOR consultancy services supporting the value demonstration of innovative developmental therapies.

Activities include development and review of HEOR, PRO and RWE strategies and plans.

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Value-based development

Patrick Mollon

Patrick Mollon, Former Director Global Health Economics and Outcomes Research; HEOR Director, Novartis; PMHE2020
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  • Explore different approaches to value in the European setting
  • Understand the common need for value in an ever-changing environment
  • Roadmap to develop, validate and implement HEOR value demonstration in a context of uncertainty and cost-containment
  • Gain an economic perspective
  • Learn how to comprehensively address stakeholders perspectives and incorporate RWE early on
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:30 Case study and break-out sessions

    12:00 Q&A

    12:30 Close of workshop

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