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Compliant Program Design and Oversight for Optimized Outcomes

June 18, 2019
  • Philadelphia, PA

Join your Compliance, Patient Access, and Medical Affairs Counterparts to uncover leading strategies to ensure compliance throughout the design and management of Nurse Educator Programs.

During a time with advanced therapy regimes and complex reimbursement models, Nurse Educators are there to address the knowledge gap and simplify the path forward. However, there are also emerging compliance risks associated with these programs that increasing becoming of great concern, including the misuse of patient data, cross functional collaboration, product liability and the anti-kickback statute. CBI’s Nurse Educator Programs shines a light on collaborative and compliant strategies to develop, manage and monitor Nurse Educator Programs to ensure patient adherence and optimize outcomes.

Benefit from Hearing Industry Trends,
Case Studies and Leading Frameworks:

  • Discover Top Enforcement Trends and Focal Points for
    2019 and Beyond
  • Evaluate The Evolving Role of the Nurse Educator to
    Address Unmet Needs
  • Navigate Reimbursement Challenges and Improve
    Overall Patient Access
  • Establish Key Metrics to Audit and Monitor
    Nurse Educator Programs

Customize Your Conference Experience by Choosing Between Two ontent Offerings:

A. In the Trenches Workshop —
Hands-on Training for Practicing Nurse Educators in the Field

B. Strategic Leadership Summit —
Optimize Management Strategies and Oversight

IN THE NEWS:

Companies realize that there is a huge advantage when deploying Nurse Educators because not only does it allow patients to learn how to properly take their medication, but also ensures product features and benefits are being communicated in a peer-to-peer format with key nursing personnel.

PR Newswire, May 2018

But to detractors, the nurse educators blur the line between caregiver and marketer, raising ethical questions for both the nurses who deliver the care and the companies that pay their salaries.

Stat News, October 2018

Pharmaceutical companies should leverage the vast experience and knowledge nurses can bring to the table. Empowered nurses are powerful agents of change that have positive effects on the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries and within society at large.

DTC Perspectives, June 2017

Nurse Educator Programs

Compliant Program Design and Oversight for Optimized Outcomes

Join your Compliance, Patient Access, and Medical Affairs Counterparts to uncover leading strategies to ensure compliance throughout the design and management of Nurse Educator Programs.

During a time with advanced therapy regimes and complex reimbursement models, Nurse Educators are there to address the knowledge gap and simplify the path forward. However, there are also emerging compliance risks associated with these programs that increasing becoming of great concern, including the misuse of patient data, cross functional collaboration, product liability and the anti-kickback statute. CBI’s Nurse Educator Programs shines a light on collaborative and compliant strategies to develop, manage and monitor Nurse Educator Programs to ensure patient adherence and optimize outcomes.

Benefit from Hearing Industry Trends,
Case Studies and Leading Frameworks:

  • Discover Top Enforcement Trends and Focal Points for
    2019 and Beyond
  • Evaluate The Evolving Role of the Nurse Educator to
    Address Unmet Needs
  • Navigate Reimbursement Challenges and Improve
    Overall Patient Access
  • Establish Key Metrics to Audit and Monitor
    Nurse Educator Programs

Customize Your Conference Experience by Choosing Between Two ontent Offerings:

A. In the Trenches Workshop —
Hands-on Training for Practicing Nurse Educators in the Field

B. Strategic Leadership Summit —
Optimize Management Strategies and Oversight

IN THE NEWS:

Companies realize that there is a huge advantage when deploying Nurse Educators because not only does it allow patients to learn how to properly take their medication, but also ensures product features and benefits are being communicated in a peer-to-peer format with key nursing personnel.

PR Newswire, May 2018

But to detractors, the nurse educators blur the line between caregiver and marketer, raising ethical questions for both the nurses who deliver the care and the companies that pay their salaries.

Stat News, October 2018

Pharmaceutical companies should leverage the vast experience and knowledge nurses can bring to the table. Empowered nurses are powerful agents of change that have positive effects on the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries and within society at large.

DTC Perspectives, June 2017