Understanding the role of the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board (PMPRB) in the Canadian market and navigating its rules to reach optimal price and minimal risk is integral to a product’s success.
With more than 20 years of experience, the QuintilesIMS Price Regulation Consulting Team can help Product Managers, Pricing Managers, Market Access staff and Executives navigate the PMPRB Guidelines and communicate effectively with Board staff. Training is offered regularly through structured sessions or can be delivered in a customized session.
PMPRB FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING
This detailed one-day session is designed to provide a broad understanding of PMPRB policies and its role in pricing. The current process, methodologies and strategic considerations involved in price review will be covered for both new and existing drugs. And, as changes are proposed and implemented, this will also be reviewed in the session. Learning is enhanced through discussion of case studies and precedents.
ADVANCED PMPRB TRAINING
The Advanced PMPRB seminar is a day-long session focusing on change, both large scale policy changes being discussed and other changes and recent precedents in PMPRB operation. Updates on Voluntary Compliance Undertakings, Hearings, Levels of Improvement, Price Increases and exceptions to the rules are all topics for this annual session. This seminar includes analyses of precedents and decisions highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with regulatory pricing in Canada.
NEXT SESSION: Dec. 6 in Montreal and Dec. 7 in Toronto. Register now.
CUSTOMIZED PMPRB TRAINING
Sessions are available as either in-person presentations or as webinars. The material covered is adapted to meet your group’s specific needs. Often these sessions are used to update executives on the latest developments or to train a broader team on the regulatory environment for pricing. These customized sessions offer the opportunity to focus on specific areas, whether it is reviewing the basics, delving deeper into areas of relevance for your organization’s pipeline or reviewing the process and direction for change at the PMPRB.
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