Pharmaceutical sales professionals need to have an essential understanding of Pharmacoeconomics to establish the value of their products and help inform customer’s purchase decisions. With the rising cost of healthcare and the increasing demand for evidence-based medicine, Pharmacoeconomics has become an essential part of healthcare decision-making.
CMR Institute offers training on Pharmacoeconomics including research, various studies, costs, consequences and analysis that life sciences organizations can use to educate their customer-facing teams.
We recently updated these eModules in our training library to reflect the continuing impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic on Pharmacoeconomics and changes in the structure of the studies and outcomes that life sciences professionals need to be aware of while navigating provider and hospital networks.
The updates have been made to all eight eModules listed below:
- Pharmacoeconomics—Definition and Rationale
- Outcomes Research and Management
- Benefits of Pharmacoeconomic Research
- Structure of a Pharmacoeconomic Study
- Defining Pharmacoeconomic Costs & Consequences
- Pharmacoeconomic Methods of Analysis
- Impact of Pharmacoeconomics on the Formulary
- Trends Influencing Pharmacoeconomic Research
Content updates include the 21st Century Cures Act and Version 4.1 of AMCP Format for Formulary Submissions and to reflect the FDA Final Guidance for Drug and Device Manufacturer Communications With Payors, Formulary Committees, and Similar Entities – Questions and Answers. Additional information on the Incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) and Budget impact model has been updated within the Structure of a Pharmacoeconomic Study eModule.
Additionally, across all eModules, the global picture of pharmacoeconomic guidelines and data on government expenditures and initiatives are updated. New content on health information technologies and real-world data (RWD) and real-world evidence is updated as well.
Chat with our training experts about the newly updated Pharmacoeconomics eModules.