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    Posted in category Education by Commercial on 13/05/2011

    One day ABPI Masterclass “PPRS – in practice”

We are delighted to announce our second one day ABPI Masterclass on PPRS, taking place on 10 June at the Royal Society, SW1.

 

​The Masterclass is suitable for staff in financial roles and involved with the management/administration of the PPRS scheme (i.e. the day to day data capture/AFRs/modulation/quarterly reporting/pricing), or those new to PPRS who want to learn about it.

The financial aspects of the PPRS require both a strategic and operational understanding. Those responsible for administering the PPRS will consider elements such as their reporting obligations, whether they are subject to the allowances, transfer pricing, modulation etc. The Masterclass will cover the core financial aspects of the PPRS scheme.

In addition the PPRS has increasingly encompassed elements of a non-financial nature. Whilst they do not impact on the day to day administration of the PPRS, there is nonetheless a need for those running the scheme to understand these new elements along with their commercial colleagues. 

The Masterclass will include a session on the non-financial elements, not forgetting about Value Based Pricing (VBP) and the future of price regulation in the UK. Come along for an introduction and overview on what this will mean for the future pricing of medicines from 2014. 

The cost is £400 excluding VAT for ABPI members, £600 excluding VAT for non-ABPI members.

Registration

You can register for the One day ABPI Masterclass “PPRS – in practice” on the ABPI Extranet

For Members – if you are already registered on the Events site or ABPI Extranet and have forgotten your password, please do not register again, click ‘I forgot my password’ on the login page and a new one will be sent out to you.

Please note that only 50 places are available for this Masterclass.

Further information

For any further queries regarding this event please contact the Membership Engagement Account Director – 0207 747 1426.

 
 
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