April 19-20, 2004 * Philadelphia, PA
Hear What Some of Our Previous Attendees Have Had to Say about CBI’s Patient Compliance Conference:
Good program. Dynamic presentations and useful information that will allow me to make better decisions and better choices.
— Breffni Fox, Senior Product Manager, Aventis
Allows us to track the advances in patient adherence with the goal of improving personal and public health.”
— De Chellis, Director, eBusiness, Aventis
Approaches patient compliance form many different angles. A quick way to learn the issues and state-of-the-art practices.
— Kathy Kozak, Business Analysis Manager, Hoffman-LaRoche
The conference gave me ‘real’ strategies for me to build my company compliance plans. Don’t stop research in this critical piece of patient healthcare.
CBIs 3rd Annual Patient Compliance conference, April 19-20, 2004, presents solutions for recouping or preventing revenue loss by understanding the influences on noncompliance. This conference teaches how to leverage strategic relationships with pharmacies in compliance with U.S. and International regulations in order to optimize your compliance program. Case studies and sessions lead by pharmaceutical executives and high-level consultants from companies that include National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Catalina Health Resource, Roche Products Limited and Schering Germany provide in-depth analysis and concrete strategies.
- Non-compliance costs the pharmaceutical industry approximately $70 billion annually
- About 20% of all prescriptions are never filled
- 30% of refillable prescriptions are not refilled
- 50% of all prescriptions are taken incorrectly
- Non-compliance causes 125,00 deaths annually in the United States
Plus Our Keynote Speaker, Melissa Moncavage, MPH, Group Leader, Division of Drug Marketing, Advertising, and Communications (DDMAC), Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, U.S. Food and Drug Administration discusses the FDA’s perspectives on consumer-directed promotion which is the leading way to enhance compliance.
For more information about registering for this conference, , please contact the Center for Business Intelligence toll free by phone at 1-800-817-8601 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the conference site at www.cbinet.com/events/HB416/index/