Belgrade, 23 July 2015

The European Center for Peace and Development University for Peace established by the United Nations, an international educational and research organisation from the UN academic system, in the framework of the ECPD International Program of Transfer of Knowledge System, in cooperation with the ministries of health of Serbia, Montenegro, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina,  South Eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN), Technical University in Berlin (Germany), Long Island University (USA) and Health Consumer Powerhouse (Sweden) organizes

II ECPD REGIONAL CONFERENCE

PHARMACOECONOMICS
BENEFITS DERIVED AND SOURCES OF PAYMENT

(Brijuni, 18 19 September 2015)

Considering the increasingly important role of pharmacoeconomics and pharmacoeconomic analysis in decision making, as well as still inadequately developed resources in this multidisciplinary field in the health systems of South East Europe, the European Center for Peace and Development UN University for Peace has initiated organising a series of regional conferences, round tables and meetings in the countries across the Region for key decision makers, with a view to improving and strengthening capacities in this field.

The Conference will be chaired by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dirk Henke, Chair of Public Finance and Health Economics of the Institute of Economics and Commercial Law at the Technical University in Berlin, as Chair, and Prof. Dr. Ana Stavljenić-Rukavina, DIU Libertas, Croatia and Prof. Dr. Arne Bjornberg, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, Health Consumer Powerhouse, Sweden as Co-Chairs.

Preliminary Program of the Conference

  • Benefit/Value of the Pharmaceutical industry
  • Pricing models for patented and generic drugs worldwide
Phone: +381 11 3246-041, 3246-042, 3246-043, 3246-044, 3246-045  Fax: 3240-673, 3234-082
E-mail: ecpd@EUnet.rs, office@ecpd.org.rs
  • Regulation of the pharmaceutical market in different countries:
    Improving efficiency and controlling the expenditures
  • Cost based pricing versus value based purchasing
  • From drugs shop to Pharmaceutical Benefits Management
  • Does every country need its own Medical Products Agency
  • Innovative models of drug purchasing. Coalitions between small countries. Boost of buying and negotiating power (Romania and Bulgaria in the pipeline)
  • Worldwide pharmaceutical industry (key findings of the IFPMA-study)
  • E-Procurement in hospitals – An integrated supply chain management of pharmaceutical and medical products by the usage of mobile devices
  • The role and actual issues of the pharmaceutical industry in the countries of SEE region
  • Philosophy of relation between healthcare services and pharmaceutical industry
  • What is real conflict of interests – Pharmaceutical industry, patients and doctors
  • Decision making in health system: Between incentives and demagogue

Preliminary List of Lecturers

  • Dr. Siniša Varga, Minister of Health of the Republic of Croatia
  • Dr. Budimir Šegrt, Minister of Health of Montenegro
  • Prof. Dr. Vjekoslav Mandić, Minister of Health of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dirk Henke, Public Finance and Health Economics of the Institute of Economics and Commercial Law at the Technical University in Berlin
  • Dr. Arne Bjornberg, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, Health Consumer Powerhouse, Sweden
  • Dr. Ana Stavljenić-Rukavina, DIU Libertas, Croatia
  • dr Reinhard Busse, Chair of Department for Health Care Management at the Technical University in Berlin
  • Dr. Jeffrey Levett, National School of Public Health, Greece
  • Dr. Slavica Đukić Dejanović, President of the Board of Health and Family of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • Dr. Nebojša Arsenijević, Director of the Clinical Center Kragujevac
  • Daniel Dulitzky, World Bank Health Sector Director for Europe and Central Asia, USA
  • Dr. Thomas Lux, University of Kiel, Germany
  • Dr. Francesco Maringelli, Medtronic Hospital Solutions, Switzerland
  • Dennis Ostwald, WifOR Berlin, Technical University in Berlin, Germany
  • Per Troein, IMS Health, London, UK
  • Dr. Rusmir Mesihović, Director of Clinical Center Sarajevo
  • Dr. Goran Čerkez, South-Eastern Europe Health Network
  • Sc. Kenan Hrapović, Director of the Health Insurance Fund of Montenegro
  • Sc. Tatjana Prenđa Trupec, Director of the Croatian Health Insurance Fund
  • Novka Agić, Director of the Health Insurance and Reinsurance Fund of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Sc. Darko Tomaš, Director of the Health Insurance Fund of the Republic of Srpska
  • Mr Sc. Dr. Sašo Stefanoski, Director of the Health Insurance Fund of Macedonia
  • Marinko Veković, Regional Manager Berlin Chemie Menarini

 

Application Form and Participation Fee

The participation fee for the Conference is EUR 470.

All applications should be sent by August 31, 2015, to: European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD) University for Peace, Terazije 41, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia; tel. +381 11 3246 041 (042 – 045), fax: +381 11 3240 673, +381 11 3234 082; e-mail: ecpd@Eunet.rs and office@ecpd.org.rs; www.ecpd.org.rs

Working languages: English/simultaneous translation provided

Hotel Accommodation

The European Center for Peace and Development UN-mandated University for Peace has provided accommodation for the Conference participants at the Hotel Neptun“ on the Brijuni Islands (www.brijuni.hr, tel: +385 52 525 575), the venue of the Conference, at preferential rates:

Bed and breakfast in a single room – EUR 65 and in a double room EUR 86 per room; Additional charge for lunch or dinner is: EUR 12.50 per person and per meal; Full board in a single room – EUR 90 and in a double room – EUR 136 per room.

We enclose herewith the form for the reservation of accommodation in the above-mentioned hotel and recommend you to make your reservation through the ECPD Secretariat.

Looking forward to your application and meeting you soon, we remain,

Sincerely yours,

 

CONFERENCE CHAIR
(Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dirk Henke)
ECPD EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
(Prof. Dr. Negoslav P. Ostojić)

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