THE PAN CHALLENGE
A collaboration between the Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation and The American Journal of Managed Care® (AJMC®) the PAN Challenge (2015, 2016 and 2017) is a national competition seeking original research on the topic of patient assistance, focusing on patients’ out-of-pocket costs for prescription medications. Prominent research institutions, clinical centers, foundations, nonprofit and for-profit organizations have submitted papers and case studies. Past submissions addressed the impact that out-of-pocket costs have on initiation and adherence to treatment, and explored short- and long-term policy solutions to mitigate the cost-sharing burden for patients.
Each year, a panel of reviewers appointed by the PAN Foundation and AJMC® evaluates submissions and selects winners. Sponsoring organizations of winning papers receive monetary prizes and are given the opportunity to present at the annual Cost-Sharing Roundtable, hosted by the PAN Foundation and AJMC® in Washington, DC.
Winning papers of the PAN Challenge are published in an AJMC® supplement. Read past years’ supplements (below):
The Cost-Sharing Roundtable is an annual daylong event hosted by the PAN Foundation in collaboration with AJMC ®. Bringing together advocacy leaders and policymakers, the Roundtable provides a forum to offer perspectives on patient cost-sharing challenges and potential policy solutions. Past Roundtables featured presentations from patients, patient advocates, providers, policymakers, patient assistance programs, industry and insurers.
Executive Summaries and Proceedings Reports from the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Roundtables are below:
2018 COST-SHARING ROUNDTABLE:
2017 COST-SHARING ROUNDTABLE:
2016 COST-SHARING ROUNDTABLE:
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