About the Course
The Pharmaceutical Facts, Policy and The Market Today course has been developed by NAHU to educate, explain, and discuss the many parts of prescription drugs and their impact on America's health care and health benefits. This course will explore the interaction between stakeholders, clinical and economic positives, obstacles that affect those that profit, and population that rely on prescription drugs. Attendees will gain a foundation of the industry, role of prescription drugs as a means of providing medical treatment, payment of those benefits and predictions for the future.
- The Evolution of Drug Regulations: A focus on the evolution of drugs, regulations, the industry's power in setting the table for how new drugs enter the market, and how pricing works.
- The Modern Drug Market: How the supply chain is for and against consumers and payers, and the role that insurers and self-funded plans have in the payment of medication.
- The "Secrets" of Prescription Drug Costs: A look inside health care spending and what we expect the near-term future to look like in terms of plan design and payment.
Continuing Education Credits
The Pharmaceutical Facts, Policy and the Market Today course has been filed for continuing education credits in all 50 states. Please check your state’s CE approval status and rules prior to purchasing the course.
Discounts are offered to NAHU Corporate Partners and company groups over 25. Please contact email@example.com for a quote.
The first instruction of the Pharmaceutical Facts, Policy and the Market Today Course will be provided in a live virtual setting instructed by David Mordo on Wednesday, January 12, from 1-4 p.m. Eastern.