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2nd Annual PHARMA & MEDICAL DEVICE NORDIC MARKET & PATIENT ACCESS FORUM

04 Mar 2014 - 05 Mar 2014 - Stockholm, Sweden



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With changes in the cost-containment policies across the Nordic region (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland) for pharmaceutical & medical device pricing controls, value-assessment and reimbursement listing now taking shape, this event will bring together experts from a European and Nordic perspective to discuss how the region is evolving its value assessment and technology assessment mechanisms.

 3 EVENTS IN ONE:

1.       Nordic Payer & HTA Perspectives Forum

2.       Pharmaceutical Market Access Forum

3.       Medical Device Commercial Excellence & Market Access Forum

 

This event brings a unique focus as these markets, all somewhat similar, each have unique challenges and regulatory environments and over the 2 days we will showcase experts on pricing, reimbursement, HTA, regulatory affairs, government relations and market & patient access in the region. The conference will focus on the key issues that face the payers & HTAs and considerations when looking to assess new products or maximize patient access for this cost-contained market.



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