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[NYC Session] This Little Med-Device Went to Market: Health Economics & Market Access

Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

[NYC Session] This Little Med-Device Went to Market:...

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General Public   more info Oct 24, 2017 $25.00 $2.37
Mount Sinai Employees, Students, and Faculty
Must register using valid Mount Sinai email address.
Oct 24, 2017 Free $0.00
Other Student/Academic Oct 24, 2017 $10.00 $1.54
Media/Press   more info Ended Free $0.00
Volunteer   more info Ended Free $0.00
At the Door Not Started $35.00 $2.92

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JLABS @ NYC “Well begun is half done” – Aristotle
Clearly, Aristotle never worked to bring an innovative medical device to market.

The sooner you start thinking about how your product will delight clinical AND non-clinical customers, the more likely you are to optimize the market access and patient access that is critical to your success.

Beyond the challenges associated with gaining regulatory approval, there are hurdles to overcome as you enter the real world with your innovation. Many of these challenges can be addressed through understanding the non-clinical as well as clinical situation and building integrated plans to quantify and communicate the value of your solution with evidence, drive market access, reimbursement and adoption.

On October 24, learn from Brian Vaughn, Leader, ETHICON Franchise Health Economics and Market Access and Diane Francis, Sr. Director, US Field Health Economics & Market Access. Brian and Diane are part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Health Economics and Market Access Center of Excellence and will discuss today's market access landscape for medical devices and how to ensure you are starting early with a plan to succeed. Following the presentation, don't miss the opportunity to apply for a one-on-one meeting with these experts as a forum to further discuss your specific market access needs.

Event Partners:
This event is presented in partnership with Mount Sinai Innovation Partners



Agenda:
1:00 PM | Registration opens, Lunch & Networking
1:30 PM | Presentation
2:30 PM | Q&A
3:00 PM | Program Close
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM | One-on-one Meetings*

*Companies must have applied for a one-on-one meeting ahead of time and been approved. To be considered for a one-on-one meeting, please contact Mary Jean Anthony (janthon3@its.jnj.com) with your name, company name, a short executive summary, as well as potential market access (reimbursment, pricing, etc.) barriers or opportunities you have identified. The one-on-one application period ends on October 8, 2017. Acceptance of a one-on-one meeting is not guaranteed as all applications must be approved. 

Location:
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Hess Center for Science & Medicine
Hess Seminar Room B
1470 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10029
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Speakers:
Brian Vaughn | Franchise Lead - Global Health Economics & Market Access, ETHICON, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices read bio»
Diane Francis | Sr. Director, US Field Health Economics & Market Access, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices read bio»

Fees:
Presentation & Lunch
$25 | General Public
Free | Mt Sinai Employees, Students, and Faculty    (Note: Must register using a valid Mount Sinai email address)
$15 | Other Student/Academic
$35 | Onsite
Includes presentation, Q&A, and lunch. All attendees must register, regardless of one-on-one meeting status. Pre-registration to attend the presentation, Q&A, and lunch will remain open until noon on October 23rd (or sold out).

One-on-One Meeting
FREE | Application
FREE | Accepted Companies
*Companies must have applied for a one-on-one meeting ahead of time and been approved. To be considered for a one-on-one meeting, please contact Mary Jean Anthony (janthon3@its.jnj.com) with your name, company name, a short executive summary, as well as potential market access (reimbursment, pricing, etc.) barriers or opportunities you have identified. The one-on-one application period ends on October 8, 2017. Acceptance of a one-on-one meeting is not guaranteed as all applications must be approved.

Speaker Biographies:
Brian Vaughan Brian Vaughn, MPA, MBA | Franchise Lead - Global Health Economics & Market Access, ETHICON, Inc. a Johnson & Johnson Company
Brian has worked in the business of healthcare for over 25 years. He is currently the Leader of Franchise Health Economics and Market Access at ETHICON Inc. and is a member of the Senior Leadership Team of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Health Economics & Market Access Center for Excellence. Brian and his Team are responsible for developing and executing integrated market access, health economic and outcomes research strategies across all stages of the product life cycle. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson Brian worked in managed care in the Metro New York Market where he held leadership positions in medical delivery systems; building and managing delivery networks and leading Teams responsible for hospital and health systems contracting. Since joining Johnson and Johnson in 1999 Brian has worked extensively in the US and globally. His experience spans the range of HEMA strategy and tactics with focus on health economics, evidence strategy, outcomes research, reimbursement and market access. He has worked in numerous surgical spaces including minimally invasive cardiac surgery, aesthetic & reconstructive plastic surgery, women’s health, orthopedics & sports medicine, metabolics & bariatrics and general surgery. His areas of product/technology focus have included robotic surgery, wound management, wound closure, advanced energy and endo-mechanical surgical devices. Brian has an MPA in Healthcare Policy and Management and an MBA in Marketing.
Connect with Brian: Connect on LinkedIn



Diane Francis Diane M. Francis, MPH | Senior Director, Field Health Economic & Market Access, Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies
Diane Francis has more than 25 years of diverse experience in medical device reimbursement, community development, managed care and health services research. Diane’s career began in reimbursement consulting advising physicians and hospitals on reimbursement strategies and revenue optimization. She led several community health initiatives focused on improving outcomes and access to care including a public-private partnership of more than 200 organizations focused on health literacy and economic development. After leading the development of an enduring non-profit, Fort Greene Strategic Neighborhood Partnership, Diane transitioned to the for-profit sector to serve as the Chief Executive Officer, Health Care Network of NJ, a physician-hospital organization (PHO) providing managed care contracting, credentialing and practice management services. Diane joined Johnson & Johnson in 2001, where she has specialized in health economics, reimbursement and evidence generation. Currently, Diane is Senior Director of Field Health Economic and Market Access for Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies. Leveraging expertise in policy, data analytics and evidence, Diane’s team is deploying innovative approaches to partnering with clinicians and health system leaders to advance value-based health care in the United States. Diane is also a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion. She is co-chair of the African American Leadership Council for the Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson Company and serves on several non-profit boards and councils focused on health care, sexual violence prevention, and higher educational access for women and minorities. Diane has a master’s degree in public health from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Cornell University. She currently resides in New York City with her extended family.
Connect with Diane : Connect on LinkedIn


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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Hess Center for Science & Medicine, Hess Seminar Room B
1470 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10029

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)


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Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS

Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS (JLABS) is a global network of open innovation ecosystems, enabling and empowering innovators to create and accelerate the delivery of life-saving, life-enhancing health and wellness solutions to patients around the world. JLABS achieves this by providing the optimal environment for emerging companies to catalyze growth and optimize their research and development by opening them to vital industry connections, delivering entrepreneurial programs and providing a capital-efficient, flexible platform where they can transform the scientific discoveries of today into the breakthrough healthcare solutions of tomorrow. At JLABS we value great ideas and are passionate about removing obstacles to success to help innovators unleash the potential of their early scientific discoveries. JLABS is a no-strings-attached model, which means entrepreneurs are free to develop their science while holding on to their intellectual property. JLABS is open to entrepreneurs across a broad healthcare spectrum including pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer and digital health sectors. The JLABS flagship opened in 2012 in San Diego at Janssen's West Coast Research Center, and since then has grown to eight locations including the Bay Area, Boston & Lowell, MA, Houston, Toronto and a ninth location, New York City, launching in 2018. For more information please visit jlabs.jnjinnovation.com.

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