• Rationale for reimbursement - understanding coverage
• Regulatory clearance and navigating claims language and timing
• Maximizing clinical study results while addressing evolving evidence demands
Featured Speakers Include:
• William Cook, M.B.A., Principal, Strategy and Business Development, Clinical Diagnostics, WECA
• Patrick F. Terry, Principal, Pricing & Market Access Practice, Scientia Advisors
• Rina Wolf, Vice President of Commercialization Strategies, Consulting & Industry Affairs, Xifen
• Roadmap for Accelerating Commercialization of Molecular Diagnostics (William Cook, M.B.A., WECA)
• Route to Commercialization and Revenue Generation (Patrick F. Terry, Scientia Advisors)
• Oxford Gene Technology Presentation
• The Impact of the New Realities of Coverage, Coding and Pricing to Your Lab: An Update (Rina Wolf, Xifen)
The 19th Annual Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference is taking place February 19-23 and includes 2 partnering forums, 5 symposia, 18 short courses, and 12 core programs around 4 scientific channels: diagnostics, drug discovery & development, informatics, and cancer. Over 3000 attendees and 150+ sponsors & exhibitors will gather in shared networking functions and in the exhibit/poster hall.
Advance registration discounts are available until January 13, 2012. To view the entire conference agenda and to register, please visit http://www.TriConference.com
Writers and editors are encouraged to attend. To request a press pass, contact Tracey Fielding at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Since 1992, Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI) is the preeminent life science network for leading researchers and business experts from top pharmaceutical, biotech and academic organizations.