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Shorten Time to Fill * Streamline Processes * Drive Better Outcomes for Patients

August 12-13, 2014
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Because 14–15 Days is Unacceptable…
 

The typical lag of 14–15 days is simply too long for a patient to wait for therapy initiation. The delay places undue stress on the healthcare system and hinders the bio/pharmaceutical and payer industries from getting their products and services to their customers. This interactive and timely forum will explore the key challenges and opportunities for shortening the time-to-fill.
 

Hear Multi-Stakeholder Insights on:

  • Streamlining the Prior Authorization and Insurance Coverage Determination Process
  • Removing Financial Barriers to Medication Access
  • Product Characterizations and Impact on Speed to Therapy
  • Hospital Discharge Planning and Education – Eliminating Delays Immediately Post Discharge
  • The Impact of Various Hub Models on Speed to Therapy
  • Laying the Groundwork Pre-Launch to Minimize Delays
  • Working Across Stakeholders in Reducing TTF

Speed to Therapy

Shorten Time to Fill * Streamline Processes * Drive Better Outcomes for Patients

Because 14–15 Days is Unacceptable…
 

The typical lag of 14–15 days is simply too long for a patient to wait for therapy initiation. The delay places undue stress on the healthcare system and hinders the bio/pharmaceutical and payer industries from getting their products and services to their customers. This interactive and timely forum will explore the key challenges and opportunities for shortening the time-to-fill.
 

Hear Multi-Stakeholder Insights on:

  • Streamlining the Prior Authorization and Insurance Coverage Determination Process
  • Removing Financial Barriers to Medication Access
  • Product Characterizations and Impact on Speed to Therapy
  • Hospital Discharge Planning and Education – Eliminating Delays Immediately Post Discharge
  • The Impact of Various Hub Models on Speed to Therapy
  • Laying the Groundwork Pre-Launch to Minimize Delays
  • Working Across Stakeholders in Reducing TTF