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Rutgers University presents The Essentials of Managed Care – a Full-Day Workshop

April 2, 2015 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Details for This Workshop – The Essentials of Managed Care

The program will provide organizations with a clear understanding of the complexities that exist in positioning pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals in the current U.S. health care system. Based on the concept of creating a patient journey through the managed markets landscape, this customized training will provide the organization with a thorough understanding of this industry’s rapid evolution driven by both public and private influences.

Upon completion of the program, each participant will:

Have a thorough understanding of rapidly changing healthcare environment concepts and trends

Understand the impact of benefit design and formulary management on your business

Be able to incorporate key managed markets opportunities and concepts into the management and delivery of drugs

Obtain a working knowledge of the “5th” P that is focused on the payer and their business models

Be able to articulate the monetary aspects of “Follow the Dollar” in today’s managed care environment


Navigating the Complexities of US Healthcare

Program Overview:

The healthcare industry in the United States is one of the most controversial and changing system in the global economy.  In recent years, it has transformed into a conglomerate of public and private entities, non-profit and for-profit organizations, each with their own agendas and funding systems.

In order to sustain effective and efficient operations, it is critical for management to understand the importance of structure and administration in the healthcare landscape.  This program takes an inside look at the organizational and functional aspects of the healthcare industry as a result of public and private influences, managed care, the free market, regulation, the pharmaceutical industry, patients and consumers.  It will focus on developing an understanding of the evolving U.S. healtcare environment and the role of the bio/pharmaceutical industry.

Program topics include:

  • the nature and characteristics of the healthcare system
  • public/private sector roles
  • healthcare markets and competition
  • the impact of manage care and insurance
  • congressional proposals and regulatory characteristics
  • health policy
  • healthcare reform strategies
  • the role of patients and consumers

The “Navigating the Complexities of US Healthcare” workshop series includes:

  1. The Essentials of Managed Care (full day)
  2. Covered America (half day)
  3. Market Access: Demonstrating Value (half day)
  4. Evolution of Healthcare Providers: The Trends Toward Organized Providers (half day)
  5. Local Dynamcis in Healthcare BioPharma (half day)
  6. Emerging From Disruption (half day)
  7. Integrating Market Drivers into Strategy (half day)



The program series consists of one full-day and six half-day workshops over the course of seven consecutive weeks.  Participants may attend any or all workshops in the series.


A Rutgers program certificate will be awarded to individuals who complete the entire program series.


The series is held on Thursdays for seven consecutive weeks beginning April 2, 2015 through May 14, 2015.  Sessions are as follows:

Full-day workshop: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

4/2/15 – The Essentials of Managed Care

Half-day workshop: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

4/9/15 – Covered America
4/16/15 – Market Access: Demonstrating Value
4/23/15 – Evolution of Healthcare Providers: The Trend Toward Organized Providers
4/30/15 – Local Dynamics in Healthcare BioPharma
5/7/15 – Emerging from Disruption
5/14/15 – Integrating Market Drives into Strategy

Half-day:  $395 BioNJ Member; $450 Future BioNJ Member
Full-day:  $695 BioNJ Member; $795 Future BioNJ Member

Program Certificate Series – Register for the entire series and save an additional 10%:  $2758.50 BioNJ Member; $3145.50 Future BioNJ Member

CLICK HERE to register.

(BioNJ members will be verified)


April 2, 2015
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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