PR Medical Events are a team of multi-cultural, passionate, and creative event professionals who understand the value of brand equity providing Quality Group Travel Services to Worldwide Medical Congresses.
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About PR Medical Events
PR Medical Events, is a fast-growing agency providing accommodation and group travel and logistical solutions for worldwide medical congresses and conferences.
Our professional relationships with reliable partners, suppliers, agencies, and hotels, allow us to provide pharmaceutical companies, doctors, pharmacists, agencies, and business delegates full destination management services.
We understand that your event must be considered a success by any measure and we manage every detail to provide unforgettable experiences.
PRM maintains a strong position as a “provider of choice” by orchestrating events flawlessly and ensuring our client objectives are met in a profitable and memorable way.
We understand our clientele’s needs, that is why every single group has dedicated coordinators that can be reached at any time, before and on-site, to ensure that any of your queries and all of our services are delivered in the personal and professional manner which set us apart.
Date: Thursday 19th May 2022
Expert: Laurent Clerc, Head of Compliance Clardian
The market leader in software dedicated to compliance and regulatory process optimization. Clardian offers health industries various SaaS solutions to comply with the regulations and standards of today and tomorrow.
Kindly supported by MedCommsNetworking.com
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Moderator Mark Handforth 3Sixty Event Consulting
“In this webinar we attempted to simplify and apply the French Anti Gift Law to meetings and event. If you are working as industry or a 3rd party with healthcare professionals whom gain “advantages” specifically financially this webinar is for you – we hope you enjoy it.”
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Part 1 of the webinar: The French Anti Gift Law for Meetings and Events
The French Anti Gift Law as it is applied to meetings and the approval of costs related to the financial relationships between (French) Healthcare professionals and industry.
Laurent explains the scope of the law, process and timelines, to whom it applies and what information is required to make a submission
- What are the (financial in/out of scope) “Advantages”: 9mins 15sec
- Application website URL’s: 14mins 28sec
- Financial thresholds: 18mins 57sec
Part 2 of the webinar: The French Anti Gift Law for Meetings and Events
In this section we concentrate on 3 specific scenarios and explain how the law applies;
- French HCP’s attending a meeting
- A company booking an exhibit booth at a French medical meeting
- Payment of honoraria for a French KOL to speak at a meeting / webinar
Part 3 of the webinar: The French Anti Gift Law for Meetings and Events
In this section we tidy up burning questions and clarifications including;
Q&A and WEBINAR SUMMARY
- How to handle approval submissions when you cannot forecast the financial “advantages”
- The role of 3rd parties in making submission
- Checking submission status
- Educational grants
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IFPMA, EFPIA and PhRMA have updated their joint guidance for virtual medical society meetings
More very welcome guidance upgraded since the 2020 issue now including Hybrid meetings which are expected, by industry and societies, to be the dominant form of “congress” moving forward.
What caught our eye?
1. The new (ish) IFPMA ethos was reinforced in the document. Why do we think this is important? Well, the Ethos outlines a code based not solely on rules but one framed in; integrity, values and principles. The result? more subjective decision making o identify is something the right thing to do! If your organisation has not already defined how this impacts the part you play in the creation and planning of meetings and ensured your teams are ready then you’re behind the game …
2. Guidance is applied to international meetings, defined as medical associations/societies involving HCPs from multiple countries. National meetings are not “in-scope” we tend to use the Congress Vetting System (CVS) criteria when determining what is a national and international medical society meeting.
3. The code (international, regional or national) still applies even if they were written with in-person meetings in mind. Note sections on an events educational value, medicine promotion, certification (see ABPI clause 8 to see how the UK handles this), destination and venue selection in the case of in-person formats as a few examples of how to still apply the code. Reminder, every meeting supported by industry must include a written rationale outlining the reason industry is supporting a meeting in the rush to plan the tactic this can be overlooked.
4. The route to apply the right code and label to a meeting has been strengthened, reminding industry not to rely on medical societies / congresses to determine the applicable code to a meeting but to take that into their own hands. This is another reason why there should be a stronger link during planning between medical societies, industry and PCO’s pooling knowledge and communicating as a collective how the code applies to meetings.