Don't have time for business school? Maybe you'll benefit by participating in some certificate programs. Rutgers Business School currently offers two different types of certificate programs related to the pharmaceutical industry:
Two-Day Certificate Program in Pharmaceutical Management
Rutgers Business School’s Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center for Pharmaceutical Management Program offers A Two Day Certificate Program in Pharmaceutical Management. This Program provides a framework for understanding the structure and competitive profile of the industry, and includes a review of key regulatory issues, applicable patent law, drug pricing and reimbursement including the design of prescription drug benefit plans, DTC advertising, mergers and acquisitions, public policy initiatives, and financial evaluation.
An Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education certificate can be received from attending.
One-Day Certificate Program in Pharmaceutical Management
One Day Workshop on the Complexities of Managed Markets: Managed Markets – Current Topics on the Evolving Healthcare System
September 30, 2010
This is a thought provoking workshop on the complexities that exist in positioning pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals in the current U.S. Healthcare System. It captures a brief look at how we got here and the rapid evolution into industry driven by both public and private influences. The U.S. Healthcare System is quite complex and competitive offering many challenges and opportunities.
Areas of focus:
* Interrelation of the multiple stakeholders and their role in shaping our healthcare system
* Value-based pricing for pharmaceutical innovation
* Access and reimbursement to manage utilization
* Pharmacoeconomics and comparative effectiveness as a growing trend
* Gary Branning, President and Managing Partner at Managed Market Resources, Mt. Olive, NJ
* Kevin J. McDermott, Vice President, Managed Markets at Daiichi Sankyo Inc., Parsippany NJ
Upcoming Program Dates and Event Information:
* April 29, 2010 to April 30, 2010
* July 15, 2010 to July 16, 2010
* September 30, 2010
* October 7, 2010 to October 8, 2010
You can learn more here.