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September 22, 2020 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET

Market Access Enablement Strategies, Part 2: Navigating Policy and Marketplace Developments

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Join Avalere experts for Part 2 of our Market Access Enablement Strategies webinar series to learn about the policy changes and market factors that could impact the future relationships between manufacturers, health plans, and pharmacy benefit managers.

Recent pricing and policy developments may create major shifts in plan design and preparation. Join our policy and market access experts to evaluate forward-leaning considerations and perspectives for how to best prepare for these developments and adapt your business strategies.

Key Topics

  • Executive orders related to drug pricing (e.g., rebate rule, importation, international pricing index, 340B)
  • State-level regulation and legislation
  • CMS’s proposed value-based purchasing rule: possible impact on manufacturers, healthcare plans, and PBMs
  • COVID-19 impacts and coverage shifts


Sarah Butler , Head, Client Solutions, Marketing & Operations

Sarah Butler specializes in evidence-based medicine, value-based contracting, and strategy development.

Lance Grady , Practice Director, Market Access & Reimbursement

As the leader of the Market Access Practice, Lance Grady devises commercialization strategies focused on value, access, and reimbursement.

John C. Neal , Managing Director, Commercialization & Regulatory Strategy

John C. Neal partners with pharmaceutical and biotech clients to develop market access assessments and launch strategies designed to ensure successful commercialization of assets.

Megan Olsen , Principal, Policy

Megan Olsen supports clients in anticipating and navigating the evolving federal and state health policy environment.

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