; Course: Market Access of Orphan Drugs
2022-01-21 2022-01-21 , Online Online, 1.090,- € plus tax Dr. Dan Dammann https://www.forum-institut.com/seminar/22012003-market-access-of-orphan-drugs/referenten/22/22_01/22012003-course-market-access-of-orphan-drugs_dammann-dan.jpg Market Access of Orphan Drugs

Evidence generation, value proposition and the HTA - the latest insights with regard to Orphan Drugs

Topics
  • Evidence generation with small patient groups
  • Evaluation of the orphan and paediatric legislation
  • Orphan drugs in the German AMNOG procedure
  • Value proposition from a health insurance perspective
  • Value creation process for a launch in the EU4 and the UK
Aims and objectives
The orphan drug sector is about to change. EU orphan drug and paediatric legislation is under review and the EU HTA is fast approaching - it is time for a thorough update on regulatory and HTA issues.

This course provides the latest on marketing authorisation and market access, as well as practical tips for evidence generation and value creation.
Who should attend

This course addresses the needs of all who are involved in regulatory affairs or market access with small patient groups or orphan drug status. It is also recommended for those who address medical affairs and clinical issues related to orphan drugs.

Course: Market Access of Orphan Drugs

Market Access of Orphan Drugs

Focus the EU4 and the UK

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  • Experts provide HTA, regulatory body, health insurance and industry perspectives in a single course
  • Learn how regulatory affairs and the HTA fit together
  • We are following the IMI quality criteria

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21.01.2022

21.01.2022

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Evidence generation, value proposition and the HTA - the latest insights with regard to Orphan Drugs

Topics
  • Evidence generation with small patient groups
  • Evaluation of the orphan and paediatric legislation
  • Orphan drugs in the German AMNOG procedure
  • Value proposition from a health insurance perspective
  • Value creation process for a launch in the EU4 and the UK
Aims and objectives

The orphan drug sector is about to change. EU orphan drug and paediatric legislation is under review and the EU HTA is fast approaching - it is time for a thorough update on regulatory and HTA issues.

This course provides the latest on marketing authorisation and market access, as well as practical tips for evidence generation and value creation.

Who should attend

This course addresses the needs of all who are involved in regulatory affairs or market access with small patient groups or orphan drug status. It is also recommended for those who address medical affairs and clinical issues related to orphan drugs.

Detailed programme

from 09:00 - 17:00 You may dial in 30 min. before the session

Introduction


Sophie Schmitz

The appropriate route to market for your product group - strategic thinking

Short break


Sophie Schmitz

Evidence generation with small patient groups

Dr Frauke Naumann-Winter

Marketing authorisation of orphan drugs in the EU
  • Evaluation of the orphan drug status after initial designation (before and after EC Notice 2016/C 242/03)
  • Relevance of register data in marketing authorisation and conditions after approval
  • EC joint evaluation of orphan and paediatric legislation

Lunch break


Dr Yvonne Schmidt

Orphan drugs in the German AMNOG procedure
  • Requirements for the dossier
  • Additional benefit and re-evaluationof the additional benefit
  • Re-evaluation of the evidence
  • Register requirements and conditions ('anwendungsbegleitende Datenerhebung')
  • Orphan drugs and the EU HTA:New possibilities?

Coffee break


Dr Dan Dammann

Value proposition of orphan drugs from a health insurance perspective

Short break


Pietro Sternini

Value creation process in the run-up to a launch in the EU4 and the UK: a manufacturer's perspective

Seminar end


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Why you should attend

  • Experts provide HTA, regulatory body, health insurance and industry perspectives in a single course
  • Learn how regulatory affairs and the HTA fit together

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