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HMP637 Pharmacoeconomics And Outcomes Research In Drug Development, Approval, And Reimbursement

  • Graduate level
  • Winter term(s)
  • 2 Credit Hour(s)
  • Instructor(s): Shah, Manasee
  • Not offered 2018-2019
  • Prerequisites: HMP students who have taken the two course economic sequence (HMP 600 & 663)
  • Description: The purpose of this class is for public health students to understand the role pharmaceutical products play in the US healthcare system by gaining a deeper comprehension of the drug research, development, approval, and reimbursement processes with an emphasis on the role of pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research data.
  • Course Goals: -Obtain a thorough knowledge of the basic principles of pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research and their role in drug development, approval, and reimbursement -Gain a broad understanding of the drug development and approval process, including the roles of regulators and payers -Understand what drives patient access and payer reimbursement -Apply this knowledge to create a strategy for the development, approval, and reimbursement of a hypothetical drug
  • Competencies: A (Measurement & Analysis) 1. Identify sources; 2. Appraise sources; 7. Economic analysis; 10. Decision making; C (Leadership) 7. Organizational awareness.
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