Title: Economic evaluations supporting the implementation of a sustainable pharmacy service
Overview: Health service researchers must focus on implementing services that optimize both the interests of pharmacists and payers in a sustainable way. In this context, the masterclass will deal with financial planning tools to analyse and support the business decision from the provider perspective, as well as with methods to assess the cost-effectiveness of the service from the healthcare system perspective.
Prof. Olivier Bugnon, born in 1964 (Fribourg, Switzerland), graduated as a pharmacist from the University of Lausanne in 1988. He obtained his PhD in Neuropharmacology from the University of Geneva (1994) and his Privat-Docent title in 2005 from the University of Lausanne. He obtained his postgraduate FPH Diploma of Specialist in Community Pharmacy Practice (2003). From 1997 to 2002, he was Head of the “Quality and Development” department at the Swiss Association of Pharmacists (Bern, Switzerland). Since 2002, he is Head of the Community Pharmacy Center and Quality manager at the Department of Ambulatory Care and Community Medicine (PMU) in Lausanne. Since 2007, he is an Associate Professor in Community Pharmacy Practice at the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (University of Geneva, University of Lausanne). His main research and teaching activities are focused on development, implementation and evaluation of person-centered and integrated pharmacy services: e.g. chronic care management programs, interprofessional quality circles in primary care and nursing homes, medication adherence-enhancing programs, deprescribing interventions, specialty pharmacy services, medication reconciliation, vaccinations, addiction management and integration of cyberhealth tools.
Dr Clemence Perraudin: Dr. Perraudin studied public health and health economics in Paris, where she received her PhD in 2013. She started as a post-doctoral fellowship and became health economist at the Community Pharmacy Center, Department of Ambulatory Care and Community Medicine, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). Her research focuses on economic evaluation and implementations studies on interprofessional healthcare programs, notably involving community pharmacists. She currently co-supervised a thesis on the evaluation of the implementation of an interprofessional support program for type 2 diabetes patients in the French-speaking part of Switzerland