PDCI releases the latest issue of PDCI Market Access INSIGHTS, featuring research and opinion on the evolving state of private health insurance in Canada.
IN THIS ISSUE:
Private Drug Plan Management in Canada—is it really a big deal? Noel MacKay and Tari Duguay share a provocative essay on why plan sponsors tend to prefer the status quo in their benefits plans rather than making changes that could save them money.
Dave Patriarche on “Selling Benefits”—Dave shares thoughts from his new book and provides his thoughts on where group insurance plans are failing to meet the needs of smaller plan sponsors.
Paul Henricks and Hussein El-Khechen provide a deep dive into the 2020 Neighbourhood
Pharmacy Association of Canada (NPAC) Survey extending our understanding of private coverage and gaps.
What is the PDCI Market Access Toolkit?
Acquired from Telus in early 2020, and first developed by Applied Management, the Market Access Toolkit complements PDCI’s existing suite of Canadian focused pricing and reimbursement services with essential private health insurance insights and analytics. The Toolkit has been a critical resource to the pharmaceutical industry for more than 20 years.
A subscription to the PDCI Market Access Toolkit includes:
- PDCI Census of Insurers,
- Annual review of private insured lives,
- Historic Census data,
- Breakdown of lives covered by insurer, province, and plan type (Open, Private and Government Mimic Formularies),
- PDCI INSIGHTS Journal including regular contributions from leaders in private access and Canadian private payer access highlights.
Contact us today to subscribe to the PDCI Market Access Toolkit. Subscribe now and gain access to the current 2020 Census of insurers and the upcoming 2021 Edition.
To learn more about the Toolkit and other PDCI data services, contact Paul Henricks, Associate Director, Data Innovation & Insights, at PDCI Market Access, for pricing, subscription information, and availability.