Sustainable remuneration

Thursday 1 October 2015
12:30-14:00
E12, 1.5 hours

Organised by the FIP Bureau

Introduction

When considering pharmacy practice evolution, an important incentive which may guide this evolution is the way pharmacy services are compensated.

There is a wide diversity of models for the payment of hospital and community pharmacy services, some based on margins, while others are fees for services or capitation.

In order to have a better view on these models, FIP has run an international survey on remuneration in both community and hospital pharmacy. This session will present and discuss the conclusions of this survey. 

Learning objectives

Knowledge-based session

At the conclusion of this session, the participants will be able to:

1.       Compare the different models for the payment of community pharmacy services.

2.       Identify the different models for the payment of hospital pharmacy services.

3.       Advocate strategies based on the translation of the key aspects of models.

 

Chair: Dennis Helling (University of Colorado, USA)

Programme

12:30 1) Introduction by the Chair

12:40 2) Overview of the findings – community pharmacy
Dominique Jordan (FIP CPS, Switzerland)

13:00 3) Overview of the findings – hospital pharmacy
Jacqueline Surugue (FIP HPS, France)

13:20 4) New remuneration model in Australia – The Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement

Paul Sinclair (FIP CPS, Australia)

13:35 5) Translating these findings into strategy and policies: a panel discussion

Andrew Gray (FIP, South Africa)