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ECHAlliance is delighted to participate at the 2018 IQVIA Value and Access Conference

23 April 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Smith
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ECHAlliance is delighted to participate at the 2018 IQVIA Value and Access Conference where we will discuss how we collectively can “Re-imagine and transform Market Access via Data Science”. 

IQVIA was formed by the merger of IMS Health and Quintiles. IQVIA did this to create something distinctive, something timely, something worthy of where healthcare is headed. During the conference, they’ll talk about this momentum and the forces that are making the biggest impact.

The attendees will hear from experts both inside and outside of IQVIA on topics ranging from value demonstration to digital health, web applications to evidence platforms. Throughout the conference, they’ll be demonstrating the power of Human Data Science and how the application of the IQVIA CORETM – the unique combination of domain expertise, advanced analytics, unparalleled data, and transformative technology – can help you answer some of the most important questions in health. It is about envisioning the future and guring out how one can be successful in it. 

Brian O’Connor, ECHAlliance’s Chair will speak at the the Digital Health panel 26th of April at 11:35. More details about the session: 

Let’s get Digital – Entering into the world of market access

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The emerging sector of Digital Health has the potential to revolutionize healthcare at every step. Digital Health can prove to be an asset for pharmaceutical manufacturers, but only if they can generate the evidence to support the value of these novel technologies. In this presentation and panel, we explore the Digital Health landscape, what the role of value & access teams should be as Digital Health continues to grow, and the evidence necessary to support integration of Digital Health solutions into offerings from pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Moderators:

Lisa Taylor, Senior Principal, IQVIA  

Panelist:

  • Richard Ellis, CCG, Primary Care Development
  • Prof. Michael Miller, CEO, Care Innovation Corporation
  • Holger Raffel, Regional Sick Fund Manager, HRaffel Consulting
  • Brian O’Connor, Chair, ECHAlliance

More information here