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Wednesday, February 6 • 10:45 - 11:45
#S0601: From Faster Regulatory Approval to Actual Patient Access: What Could be Done to Increase Certainty around Clinical Benefit and Predictability of Decision Making?

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Compelling value demonstration is critical in securing patient access to new treatment options today and in the future and even more so for products potentially undergoing accelerated pathways. On the basis of case studies, panellists will present new approaches that could be explored and will highlight what they see as opportunities and important learning.


Claudine Sapède, PharmD


Bridging Clinical Trials to the Real World at Times of Launch – A Case Study in Alzheimer’s Disease
Michael Happich, PhD

A Case Study in Addressing Comparative Effectiveness Evidence Gaps in Personalised Medicine
Jessica Davies, MPH

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Jessica Davies

Senior Data Scientist, RWD Collaborations, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd
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Michael Happich

HTA director, Eli Lilly
Michael Happich is International Health Technology Assessment (HTA) director at Eli Lilly based in Bad Homburg, Germany. He leads a team of HTA & RWE scientists to support international drug launches, HTA submissions and observational research in the autoimmune, pain and neurology... Read More →
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Claudine Sapède

Global HTA and Payment Policy Lead, F. Hoffmann-La Roche
Claudine Sapède is Global HTA and Payment Policy Lead at Roche based in Basel. She works on the development of Roche’s external policy positions and projects on market access related subjects including HTA and pricing. She has been working in the field of reimbursement, market... Read More →

Wednesday February 6, 2019 10:45 - 11:45 CET
K1 Austria Center Vienna Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1 1220 Vienna Austria
  06 Access to Medicines, Session
  • Featured Topics Value and Access
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