Patient Support Programs (PSP) are becoming more important than ever before. For many pharmaceutical and biotech organizations, PSPs are a key interface with healthcare practitioners and patients to assist with access to medications and navigating reimbursement challenges.
To ensure PSPs are run in accordance with all Canadian guidelines and legislation, it is critical that all employees have a foundational understanding of PSPs and how they can impact patient lives and health outcomes.
Introduction to Patient Support Programs is a comprehensive course that provides an overview of critical elements and considerations to implementing these programs. It is offered through our learning partner Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (CCPE).
Within this course, you will learn about the following:
• How PSPs are structured and operated in Canada.
• The Patient Journey throughout a patient program.
• The financial impacts of PSPs.
• Areas of benefit and risk associated with PSPs and how organizations approach monitoring and managing their programs to mitigate risks, ensure compliance and efficiency.
• Trends that may impact how PSPs will be implemented in the future.
In addition to partnering with the CCPE we are thrilled to partner with the Canadian Association for Healthcare Reimbursement (CAHR) and include our Introduction to Patient Support Programs™ course through their CMAP program. We feel strongly that it is of value for market access professionals to understand the key components of PSPs to navigate through the complexities of speciality medications and maximizing access.
For sign up and information on this course click the link below!
CAHR’s Certified Market Access Professional (CMAP) program allows you to be recognized for the unique skill set that defines the role of the modern market access professional. CMAP has decided to partner with us in adding our Introduction to Patient Support Programs™ course to their curriculum. This new addition will help market access professionals understand how PSPs are structured in Canada, the patient journey through a program, the financial impacts, and future trends of PSPs.
Follow this link if you would like more information on CMAP.
If you are interested in pursuing a CMAP designation you can register today to begin our Introduction to Patient Support Program course using this link.
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