PRMA Consulting Senior Director Jan McKendrick says the latest version of its Healthcheck late module bolsters client’s abilities to optimize payer submission readiness.
The digital application, according to a press release, is the result of five years’ investment by PRMA Consulting, and “has been developed in collaboration with leading pharmaceutical companies to meet their market access challenges.”
“Incorporating feedback from our clients is central to every version of the PRMA digital applications,” McKendrick said in a statement. “This new version of the Healthcheck late module expands clients’ ability to generate an organizational vision and action plan that anticipates and mitigates value changes to optimize payer submission readiness. Seeing the application help to deliver commercial success for over 40 projects is something I am incredibly proud of, and as that number grows I am excited about the developments our clients will benefit from when our latest version releases this fall.”
According to the release, the following features have played a key role in the application’s success:
- Provides a robust situational analysis based on a consistent and systemized framework that rates your current evidence generation activities against the individual requirements from payer submission templates relevant to your asset;
- Presents a comprehensive summary of the evidence gaps with a red-amber-green rating of potential challenges, encouraging early clear and consistent communication across the organization;
- Accelerates HTA submission readiness by producing a high-quality evidence generation plan driven by informed, collaborative, and integrated decision-making; and
- Identifies clear responsibilities across global, regional, and affiliates for implementation, recognizing that not all gaps can or will be bridged.
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