We are pleased to invite you to the Pharma Pricing & Market Access Innovation Summit on September 27th – 28th, 2018.
This Summit will bring together industry leaders and experts to discuss the latest findings, best practices, and newest technologies regarding Pharma Pricing & Market Access. Industry professionals will be seeking answers to some of the field’s biggest challenges including: increasing access to the market, pursuing innovation, and learning how to take smart risks when engaging with the market. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from these experts and network with them to make practical solutions and develop Pharma Pricing & Market Access.
It is an honour to host this summit, and it’s a privilege to invite you to partake. We look forward to your participation in September!

Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:

– Healthcare payer budget constraints: Any win-win solutions?
– New Realities in Pharma Industry: Rethinking the Value Chain
– Value Frameworks Proposed in the United States: Overview and Discussion of Use
– Managed Entry Agreements (MEAs) – design principles and attention points
– Data Requirements of IQWiG and G-BA
– The UK changing landscape for access to medicines
– Multi-stakeholder approach, Experience & Segmentation Analytics to ensure Access
– How to manage patient access in rare disease with evidence driven approach
– Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs: A Market Access Outlook
– Update on pharmaceutical pricing in Japan

Who Should Attend:

CEOs / Presidents / MDs, CCOs/CMOs/CDOs, Chief Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Leaders and Managers specialising in:

Business Development
Market Access
Medical Director
Marketing Intelligence
Drug Pricing
Product Launch
Health Economics
Pricing Policy
Product Reimbursement
Health Technology Assessment
Real World Evidence
Health Informatics
Data Sciences
Value Strategy

Target Audience:

–       International and regional health authorities and regulators
–       Pharmaceutical, Vaccines, & Biotechnology companies
–       Clinical Research Organization (CRO) service providers
–       Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) service providers
–       Technology Vendors/Portal Service Providers

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operational excellence


Conference overview

Organizations are constantly seeking for ways to create a structure that thrives on efficiency and excellence by addressing process elements.  Leaders see the need to start emphasizing key systems and principles which contribute to successful implementation of operational excellence. The question is: How do companies balance and understand the line between a functioning process structure and attaining operational excellence?

Operational excellence has a direct influence over the business process infrastructure of an organization. Most organizations struggle to understand how operational excellence provides a path to achieving process excellence, which enhances the competitive advantage of an organization.  Readdressing the design and improvement dynamics of a process structure will contribute to consistent delivery and proficiency of an organization. The significance in which organizations view the impact of technology is also important when detailing the enforcement of operational excellence.

Key Topics

  • Analysis of excellence in procurement
  • Understanding the balance between responsiveness and efficiency
  • Overview of supply chain management and its influence on corporate strategies
  • Evaluating the strategic investments in supply chain
  • Analyzing the influence of a marketing in a successful supply chain
  • Understanding the key dimensions towards performance excellence
  • Prioritizing customer experience
  • Understanding the influence of customer insight
  • Balancing customer data in order to provide practical solutions
  • Investigating the technological innovations in operational excellence

Target Audience

  • Automotive
  • Engineering
  • Heavy industrial engineering
  • Consumer Goods
  • Pharma
  • Consumer electronics
  • White goods and appliances
  • Financial Institution
  • Mechanical and industrial engineering
  • Computer hardware
  • Food & Beverage
  • Medical equipment
  • Mining
  • Industrial automation
  • Oil & Gas
  • Chemical

 Who Should be Attending

Vice-Presidents, General Managers, Directors, Heads, Managers of:

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Manufacturing
  • Performance Improvement
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Automation
  • Production
  • Operations
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Customer experience
  • Product Area
  • Manufacturing and IT
  • Asset management
  • Manufacturing Coordination
  • Engineering
  • Production Systems
  • Manufacturing Excellence
  • Research
  • Innovation
  • Site and Plant Managers
  • Production Systems
  • Manufacturing Strategy and Quality
  • Technology
  • Production Excellence

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Addressing up-to-date Regulatory changes, Signal Detection and New Tech trends

Conference overview

The stringent regulations on safety monitoring increased the safety in data collection, analysis and regulatory surveillance. Adding to this the rising demand for drugs, the amplified need for novel therapeutics development via extensive clinical trials and the world population growth made drug manufacturers start paying more attention to Pharmacovigilance as public anxiety about safety increases.

Furthermore, the growth of exponential rare and chronic diseases contributed to an increased need for drug development, therefore this led the industry to have a bigger focus on drug safety.

On this B2B event, participants will have the chance to learn more about this challenging era and the latest developments in Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety with the main key players in this field.

This event will be focusing on trends on Regulatory challenges, Signal detection, Data management, Risk management, Audit & Inspection and New technology applied to Pharmacovigilance procedures.

We invite you to discuss and debate these challenges in a dialogue amongst top professionals in Pharmacovigilance.

Key Topics

–        Using Real-Word data from social media and other sources for signal detection
–        Managing diverse data sets and applying advanced analytical and statistical modelling techniques
–        Cloud-Based reporting to bring a robust global database of ADRs
–        Automation of adverse events reporting and artificial intelligence application
–        Applying data analytics in Pharmacovigilance processes to increase the speed of signal detection
–        Making sure your operations are aligned with the FDA’s current thinking on data integrity
–        QPPV Update: EudraVigilance (EV) – The new EV System
–        EMA’s WEB-RADR and the FDA’s sentinel initiative
–        Impact of personalized medicine on pharmacovigilance
–        Outsourcing to increase efficiency and cut your costs – The benefits and challenges
–        Artificial intelligence to turn PVO into a predictive science
–        Comply with FDA’s June 2018 deadline for combination product safety reporting
–        Being ready for an inspection of your pharmacovigilance system
–        Benefit-Risk Evaluations: The patient perspective
–        Overcoming the timeline challenges in communicating rapidly with Market Authorisation Holders
–        Implementing global harmonization practices in the areas of drug safety and risk management
–        Minimizing ADRs by including the patient as one pillar of the therapeutic plan

Who Should Be Attending

·       Assurance & Compliance
·       Quality Assurance
·       Quality Control
·       Data Analysis
·       Pharmacovigilance
·       Pharmacology
·       Pharmacoepidemiology
·       Epidemiology
·       Medical Information
·       Health Outcomes
·       PSUR/PBRER
·       Clinical Data Management
·       MedDRA
·       PV Agreements
·       PASS/PAES
·       PSMF
·       CAPA
·       QPPVQPPV
·       Medical Affairs
·       Adverse Drug Reactions
·       Drug/Product Safety
·       Drug Development
·       RMPs
·       GPvP
·       ICH-GCP
·       Clinical Pharmacology
·       Clinical Safety
·       Clinical Trials
·       Clinical Trial Management
·       Clinical Development
·       Clinical Research
·       Risk Management
·       Research & Development
·       Patient Safety
·       Signal Detection
·       Signal Management
·       Safety Surveillance
·       Safety Databases
·       Safety Evaluation
·       Outcome Research
·       Regulatory Affairs and Compliance
·       Data management and data mining
·       Benefit-Risk Assessment
·       Regulatory Submissions
·       PV Governance
·       Safety Management
·       Pharmacovigilance Operations
·       PV Inspection and Audit Readiness
·       Patient Support Programs
·       Medical Safety
·       Medical Product Safety Assessment
·       Phase IV/Postmarketing Safety

Target Audience

–        International and regional health authorities and regulators
–        Pharmaceutical, Vaccines, & Biotechnology companies
–        Clinical Research Organization (CRO) service providers
–        Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) service providers
–        Risk Management Software developers
–        Pharmacovigilance Audit Firm’s
–        Pharmacovigilance consultancy service providers
–        Contract Research Organizations
–        Adverse Event/Case Management Service Providers
–        Safety Database Providers for Case Management
–        Healthcare/Pharmacovigilance Consultants
–        Healthcare Translation Agencies
–        Technology Vendors/Portal Service Providers

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Conference overview

Due to evolving technology and accelerated growth in research and development activities, cloud computing and IT business technology have increased rapidly. Over the past decades, cloud computing has had profound impact in Life Sciences industry by bringing efficiencies, allowing enterprise-wide agility, and boosting patient outcomes. Cloud computing solutions has reshaped promotional strategies of various Life Science companies and transformed modes of interactions with physicians.

As Life Science sector is currently improving and accelerating its correlation with IT, the Life Sciences Cloud Coalition have moved to the cloud computing and working with their patient through it.

Global Cloud Computing in Life Science Market is expected to expand at a rapid pace during the period of 2015 – 2023 due to the increasing use of cloud computing in Life Science research and development.

This event will serve as a business networking platform as well as a scientific examination of the advantages and disadvantages in implementing IT modernization and cloud computing.

Key Topics

–        The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in data privacy regulation
–        Data Security and Privacy Global Outlook
–        Patient 4.0: Why the Generation of Digital Natives are a Blessing and a Curse
–        Benchmark your IT approach to transformation
–        Scalability and Flexibility of Cloud Computing
–        Tracking the Hacking: How to Defeat the Hack Attacks
–        IT Infrastructure Modernisation in Pharma and Real-World Implementations
–        Digital and Mobile Technologies in Patient Engagement
–        Cloudy2020:CloudyOpportunitiesvs.ChallengesintheFuture
–        Learn how to facilitate your business in emerging markets
–        Examine aggregation and analysis of data from multiple external sources

Target Audience

  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Cloud Content Solution/Software Providers
  • Biotechnology companies
  • Medical Technology companies
  • Research Centers
  • Physicians

 Primary Job Titles

Chiefs, VPs, Head, Directors, Managers, Analysts, Researchers of:

  • Information Technology
  • IT Transformation
  • Business Transformation
  • Cyber Security
  • Cloud Content
  • Collaborative Strategies
  • Innovation Technologies
  • R&D IT

Secondary Job Titles

  • Business Development Director/Manager
  • Marketing Director/Manager
  • Customer Service Director

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Conference overview

Evolution in the Electricity Power market leads to new challenges. In order to be well prepared, all possible ways to achieve full integration of energy markets should be examined. Not only the use of flexibility in solving issues created by heavily subsidized RES as well as proper use of advanced tools for new market model becomes a part of discussion in Energy Industry.

Challenges such as increased Cross-border flaws, calls for joint operational activities which becomes a key element in the ever changing energy world.  Since the completion of common market also leads to electricity flaws, advanced congestions management principles, development of new capacity calculation methods and new reliable methodologies, must be examined in order to be well prepared for current challenges.

What are the ways to further develop technical issues? How to minimize losses due to limited network capacity? What tools needs to be developed to support capacity allocation and congestion management?

Only deep analysis of main indicators which support Energy Cross border trading and common decisions based on single and joint ideas can lead to European energy market where everyone gets the most out of it.


 Key Topics

  • European Guidelines on Electricity Balancing
  • Centralization of TSOs through Regional Operations centres
  • Flow based Market Coupling development in CEE and CWE regions
  • Common Capacity Calculation tool for possibly a common region
  • Encountering technical problems on REMIT Implementation
  • Market differences and internal electricity market obstacles
  • Cross-border participation in capacity markets
  • Integration of Capacity Mechanisms
  • Effects of RES on Day-ahead and intra-day markets
  • RES funding in Switzerland
  • Challenges of increased Cross-border flaws
  • European bidding zone study: German-Austrian zone splitting
  • An evolution of the utility market – Blockchain Technology
  • Introduction of first international cooperation for automatic frequency restoration reserve in Europe

Who should be attending

VPs, General Managers, Directors, Heads, Managers of:

  • Ancillary Services
  • Cross Border Trade Development
  • Energy Management
  • Grid Access and Development
  • Transmission
  • Power Operators
  • Balancing
  • Network
  • Origination Continental Power
  • System Development advisor
  • Electricity Network and Market TF
  • Trading and Portfolio optimization

Target audience

  • Transmission System Operators (TSOs)
  • Independent System Operators (ISOs)
  • Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs)
  • Electricity Producers
  • Power Trading Companies
  • Power Exchanges
  • Regulators
  • Consultancies, Solution Provider companies and Cable Companies

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Conference overview

Nowadays, value creation within power utilities is becoming more difficult: overcoming market participation barriers, changes of regulations, use of renewable energy or storage issues raise the question of better control of energy usage, capacity management or more efficient ways of consumer engagement. Ancillary Services and Demand Response Market participants are looking for methods to design successful energy markets and get the best value out of them.

Value drivers are greatly based on the market and the environment. That is why increased need for flexibility and balancing markets are becoming major issues to stakeholders. There is a lot of value that can be generated in playing the frequency in Ancillary Market arena. The benefits are enormous: increased overall stability of the network, overall efficiency of markets and improved customer value proposition.

Maintenance of balanced system is always challenging, but smart methods to optimize Ancillary Services helps to avoid unexpected changes or energy flows. Improved reliability and increased efficiency can easily be reached if Ancillary Services and Demand Response Market players choose to improve the market through international cooperation.

Key Topics

    • Explore the changes in the European Electricity Market
    • Discovering best methods to cope with limited number of hours with high load
    • Creating the potential and value of DSR in Intra-Day and Day Ahead timeframes
    • Effective use of technology for wide-scale storage applications
    • The ways to reduce the total cost of the system
    • Examining system adequacy and security of supply concerns
    • Overcome the need for scarcity pricing as the driver for Demand Response
    • Examining he ways of the transfer of energy and the ownership of the flexibility
    • Understanding exposure to a price signal with smart meter
    • Discover the prospects for regionalization of electricity markets
    • Hear about the successful implementation of Ancillary Services Market in Austria and related International Cooperation
    • Overview of Project FutureFlow and Project Virtual Power plants for DSOs

Who should be attending

Vice-Presidents, General Managers, Directors, Heads, Managers of:

  • Ancillary Service
  • Energy Management
  • Demand Response
  • Transmission
  • Power Operators
  • Market Design and Management
  • Balancing
  • Network
  • Portfolio Management
  • Trading and Portfolio Optimization

Target audience

  • Transmission System Operators (TSOs)
  • Distribution System Operators (DSOs)
  • Utility Companies
  • Electricity Producers
  • Aggregator Companies
  • Power Trading Companies
  • Power Exchanges
  • Regulators
  • Consultancies, Solution Provider companies and Cable Companies

Why you need to attend

This unique event presents the opportunity for delegates to gain the following:

  • Meet with senior representatives from the leading Energy providers, TSOs and DSOs
  • Network with delegations from the EU commission, ENTSO-E, Energy producers, TSOs, and DSOs
  • Attend the interactive roundtables and expert panel discussion to be a part of the lively discussions and debates
  • Identify INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES in the energy industry
  • Be a part of the sessions and find out more about current and future projects from the companies operating in the region

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