Integrate 2019

The 6th Annual Specialty Network Design and Channel Optimization Summit is designed to bring multiple stakeholders together including specialty pharmacies, payers, PBMs, and manufacturers to examine the future of specialty pharmacy and changing market dynamics within specialty network design. As the role of pharmacy channels becomes increasingly important in ensuring patient access,

it is imperative pharma and biotech executives with specialty drug products come together to develop winning channel strategies and appropriate network designs to maximize product attributes, provide necessary patient services, and improve market reach.


  • OPTIMAL PATIENT JOURNEY: Learn how to map the desired patient journey and identify the optimal patient service model to inform channel strategies and network design
  • PATIENT ACCESS AND ASSISTANCE: Discover how co-pay and patient affordability impacts specialty network design
  • SPECIALTY CHANNEL STRATEGY: Determine the trade-offs between open, limited, and exclusive pharmacy networks to ensure the optimal distribution model
  • PRE-LAUNCH NETWORK DESIGN: Create a product specific distribution strategy based on product type, reimbursement and site of care
  • DATA INSIGHTS: Construct a data governance approach and leverage third-party aggregator data to measure pharmacy performance
  • SPECIALTY CHANNEL PARTNER SELECTION: Understand the criteria to consider for specialty pharmacy inclusion in your network around metric reporting, patient satisfaction, hubs and patient service
  • NOVEL CONTRACTING MODELS: Explore the impact of new contracting models to determine the optimal contracting approach and ensure effective data sharing in specialty pharmacy partnerships

Relevant Government Agencies

Dept of Health & Human Services, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government

Mon-Tue, Jul 22-23, 2019


Pharma/Biotech:  $1995.00
Standard:  $2295.00

To Be Announced
Philadelphia, PA
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