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Beyond Theory – Showcasing Case-Specific Examples in Patient Adherence

June 17-18, 2014
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

PAAS 2014 — Patient Adherence and Access Summit

JUNE 17–18, 2014  |  PHILADELPHIA, PA


Beyond Theory – Showcasing Case-Specific Examples in Patient Adherence


This year’s conference features NINE CASE STUDIES from Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Avella Specialty Pharmacy, CVS Caremark, Walgreens, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, mscripts and Omnicare focused on achieving an ROI on adherence including case studies on:

  • Using the behavior model to develop a marketing campaign to make a measurable impact on patient engagement and adherence
  • Utilizing targeted interventions to implement purposeful interventions that drive adherence
  • Minimizing prescription abandonment to maximize patient adherence
  • A case study from the patient perspective on how to work with patients to improve adherence and the varying challenges between OTC and prescription products


Also hear critical updates from Eli Lilly & Company, Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and more address key issues in achieving adherence including:

  • EMBRACING iADHERENCE – Learn the role social media play in the patient adherence ecosystem and unlock the solutions to different media modalities
  • A SPOTLIGHT ON SPECIALTY PHARMACY AND PHARMACY PROGRAMS – Discover how pharmacies and specialty pharmacies are utilizing targeted intervention and technology to improve adherence
  • COLLABORATING TO CRACK THE CODE ON ADHERENCE – A STAKEHOLDER PANEL – Leverage cross-stakeholder collaborations to help mitigate adherence challenges


As part of your registration you’ll get admission to the 9th Annual Strategic Patient Adherence Awards. The SPA Awards offer an inside look at innovative programs that have proven themselves as role models in patient adherence. This is a unique opportunity to not only celebrate excellence but to learn from it. For any questions about the SPA Awards contact Megan Mitchell at 339-298-2120 or