Stephen Hull, a 20 year veteran of medical device reimbursement will provide first hand insight into the core requirements of key global markets and offer advice on how to best assemble your global evidence strategy.
Detailed slide materials will provide the frameworks and pathways for reimbursement across the target markets.
The session will also describe the latest developments in new requirements or hurdles posed in each market.
Why should you Attend:
Do you have global responsibility for a medical device product launch? This detailed review of country level frameworks and emerging requirements will give you a succinct landscape as well as understanding the emerging issues across the various markets that may change your product launch strategies.
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Who Will Benefit:
Stephen Hull has over 25 years of experience in health policy and medical product strategy, for medical devices, diagnostics, pharmaceuticals and biotech products. He is Principal and Founder of Hull Associates, a specialized global reimbursement strategy firm focused on medical device and diagnostic technologies. With 25 seasoned partners worldwide, his firm routinely assists in the development and execution of comprehensive strategies for product launch and reimbursement in major global markets. Prior to forming Hull Associates, he served as Sr. Vice President for Global Reimbursement at AdvaMed, in Washington, D.C., the leading U.S.-based medical technology trade association. In that capacity, he worked with every major medical device company in the industry for common reimbursement policy issues in all major therapeutic areas. His work at AdvaMed included management of hospital inpatient reimbursement issues and design of legislative strategies for the Medicare Modernization Act – which included the establishment of a supplemental new technology Medicare payment in the hospital setting.
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