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PharmAccess Leaders Forum

19 May 2014 - 21 May 2014 - Paris, France

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NextLevel Pharma’s PharmAccess Leaders Forum is quickly becoming THE “must attend” event for senior representatives of the market access community in Europe. With over 30 senior-level speakers from Payers, HTAs, Hospitals, stakeholder groups, and not to mention the pharmaceutical industry, more than 100 participants will attend. Attendees will achieve the most relevant learning, benchmarking and networking experience available for senior executives who are involved in patient access, health economics, outcomes, pricing and reimbursement. 3 EVENTS IN ONE: 1. Innovative Pricing & Reimbursement Agreements 2. Achieving Market Access for High-Value Oncology Therapeutics 3. Best Practices in Economic Modeling to Demonstrate Superior Outcomes & Value This year’s “Spring Edition” in Paris, will focus the audience on the necessary steps to achieving rapid market access, through enhanced value-demonstration, whilst delivering as much certainty as possible for payers, as well as delivering the patient with the most innovative & beneficial products possible. Request agenda at or contact me directly for more information. We look forward to meeting you in Paris!

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