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Dr. Sebastian Kessel
Dr. Sebastian Kessel Head of Market Access & External Engagement Central Europe
Meindert Boysen
Meindert Boysen Deputy Chief Executive and Director of CHTE
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
United Kingdom
Gilles Ducorroy
Gilles Ducorroy Head Real World Evidence
Novartis Global Services
Katarzyna Kolasa
Katarzyna KolasaProfessor ALK Health Economics, Leader of Health Economics &Big Data Master Program
Kozminski University
Luca Morlotti
Luca Morlotti Head Access and Pricing, Europe and Canada
Jennifer Cain Birkmose
Jennifer Cain Birkmose Vice President, Global Head of Patient Access and Community Engagement
Sobi - Swedish Orphan Biovitrum
Dr. Anne Marciniak
Dr. Anne MarciniakFormer Director, Strategic Consulting
Aimmune Therapeutics
United Kingdom
Alexander Bastian
Alexander Bastian Vice President, Value & Market Access
The Netherlands
Friedrich-Wilhelm Leverkus
Friedrich-Wilhelm Leverkus Director HTA & Outcomes Research
Jolanda Koenders
Jolanda Koenders Head of Patient Value & Access
The Netherlands
José Luis Sánchez Chorro
José Luis Sánchez Chorro Associate Director Market Access Spain
GW Pharmaceuticals
Cristian Ducu
Cristian DucuPhD President
European Ethics & Compliance Association
Matt Slabbert
Matt Slabbert Global Head - Value & Access Policy
Omar Ali
Omar Ali Visiting Lecturer VBA & Former Adviser
University of Portsmouth & NICE
United Kingdom
Birgit Holz
Birgit HolzHead of Contracting Innovation Global Innovative Pricing Solutions
Adam Levysohn
Adam LevysohnAdam Levysohn Head of Biogen Value & Access Alzheimer’s Disease
Fabrizio Gianfrate
Fabrizio GianfrateProfessor of Health Economics and Outcome Research
Universities of Ferrara and Rome
Alexandra Csihi
Alexandra CsihiBiosimilar Working Group Lead
Hungarian Generic Association

Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:30 Joining to the Online Platform

  • 08:45 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Sponsor Speech

  • 09:15 How can RWE support Market Access team(s) in a post COVID landscape

  • 09:45 Can Price Transparency Contribute to More Affordable Patient Access to Medicines?

  • 10:15 Advanced analytics and RWE needs of HTA s/payers for Managed Entry

  • 11:00 Market access in Alzheimer’s Disease

  • 11:30 Do Value Based Contract support access to Rare Diseases?

  • 12:00 Speed Date Networking Session

  • 12:20 Lunch Break

  • 13:00 What are the challenges of achieving greater collaboration among payers, HTA s, patients and pharma?

  • 13:30 PANEL DISCUSSION: Philanthropy, social responsibility and drug pricing

  • 14:10 Breath some fresh air

  • 14:30 Same same, but different’: Entering the Rare Disease space – some considerations for a successful launch

  • 15:00 What is the real value of pharmaceutical products in the digital era?

  • 15:30 Closing remarks from the Chair

  • 15:45 End of Day 1

Day two

  • 08:45 Joining to the Online Platform

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 How the payer is evolving in pricing innovation : value based agreements, indication based pricing and game theory smart deals!

  • 09:30 New pricing and Reimbursement models for advanced therapies

    How to achieve the shift from Volume-based to Value-based Market Access in the EU?

  • 10:30 Let’s grab a coffee

  • 11:00 RWE for orphan Drugs in Germany

  • 11:30 Speaker Q&A

  • 12:00 Reaching a better integration of regulatory pathways

  • 12:30 Lunch Break

  • 13:30 e-pharma: the revolution to drug market access

  • 14:00 Equal access and multi-indication medicines

  • 14:30 Entering the bio-digital revolution, an age of transformative disruption

  • 15:00 Farewell Networking Session

  • 15:20 Closing remarks from the Chair

  • 15:30 End of Day 2

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Who will you meet?

VPs, Global Head, Heads, Director, Managers OF:

  • Market Access
  • Commercial Pricing
  • Pricing & Reimbursement Strategy
  • Health Economics & Outcomes Research
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Governmental Affairs
  • Public Affairs
  • Public Policy Operations
  • Payer Insights
  • Real World Evidence
  • Patient Access
  • Corporate Affairs
  • HEOR
  • Medical Affairs International Cooperation
  • Strategic Development Policy & Reimbursement
  • Marketing Business Intelligence
  • Value Insight & Communication
  • Real World Evidence Solutions
  • HTA Strategy
  • HTA Policy
  • Value Access


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