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Novel Health Strategies Selected for Podium and Poster Presentations at HTAi Annual Meeting in Seoul, Korea, June 15-19, 2013

Novel Health Strategies Selected for Podium and Poster Presentations at HTAi Annual Meeting in Seoul, Korea, June 15-19, 2013

Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) May 31, 2013

Novel Health Strategies, a leading life sciences consulting firm, is presenting studies at the Health Technology Assessment (HTAi) 2013 Annual Meeting in Seoul, South Korea on market access strategy, pricing and health economic and outcomes research trends. The following two studies will be presented by NOVEL’s team:

1. Impact of New Policy Changes on Need for Pharmacoeconomic Evidence for Reimbursement and Market Access

This study analyzed global healthcare reforms in developed and emerging markets, and assessed their impact on pricing and market access of medical products.

Abstract no. is 1322.

2. Trends in Use of Health Economic Evidence for Developing Clinical Guidelines’ at HTAi 2013

This study analyzed global trends in use of health economic (HE) evidence by clinical guidelines. The results of this study show an increasing trend in citation, reference and use of HE data by medical societies.

Abstract no. is 1321.

About Novel Health Strategies

Novel Health Strategies (“NOVEL”) is an award winning team of experienced professionals with expertise in healthcare strategy, research, policy, publications, health economics and outcomes research, modeling, and pricing and market access. NOVEL’s team has led strategy projects for majority of top 50 pharmaceutical, biotech and device companies. NOVEL has a large network of internal and external stakeholders and has published several thought leading strategy perspectives. NOVEL has presented industry trends and perspectives at ISPOR, AMCP and BIO meetings.


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PET Experts Share New Developments and Initiatives in Reducing Carbon Footprint at 13th GE PET Meet on 31 May & 1 June

PET Experts Share New Developments and Initiatives in Reducing Carbon Footprint at 13th GE PET Meet on 31 May & 1 June

13th Greater Europe (GE) PET

Strasbourg, France (PRWEB) April 17, 2012

Aiming to reduce environmental footprint, the [European PET industry prepares to include a new variety of green PET resin in their products.

“Artenius has successfully created a PET packaging material that includes recycled resin in its manufacturing process, but with the same quality as virgin PET,” said Jorge Foguet, Technology Manager for PET resin firm Artenius Elite and also a speaker at the [13th Greater Europe (GE) PET conference organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT) on 30 May-01 Jun, 2012 in Strasbourg, France. A new green [PET resin developed by the firm is to soon be released into the market.

Besides Artenius, other industry experts from H. J. Heinz Company, PCI PET Packaging Resin & Recycling Ltd; GSI Francia; ZAO Alco-Naphtha; APPE Packaging; INVISTA Resins & Fibers GmbH; PDG Plastiques; Sorepla; Krones AG; Gneuss Kunststofftechnik GmbH; Belu Water Ltd; Moorgate Capital; MEGlobal Europe GmbH; Tsusho Corporation; CEPSA QUÍMICA, S.A; LINPAC Packaging Head Office; Borverk Eurotrade d.o.o and BAS Tuti Fruti are also slated to contribute at the [13th Greater Europe (GE) PET meet.

Building on its success and increased participation from all of Europe, the Strasbourg meet is essentially an offshoot of CMT’s CEE PET conference which is now expanded and rebranded to Greater Europe PET (GE PET) covering Russia, the Baltic States, EU countries including Spain and Italy. The papers to be presented at this 2012 edition aim to provide answers to vital questions like: Are on-going PET plants and projects in Europe forging ahead? Has the uncertain economic times in Europe affected the overall PET industry? Will capacity additions put pressure on prices in the long run? Is there enough feedstock to serve the expansion plans? Will there be more consolidations as small players are squeezed out of the market?

Foremost among the highly anticipated sessions are the keynote presentation on `Packaging Opportunities from Renewable Materials – Delivering Innovative & Sustainable Solutions that Drive Consumer Value’ by Dr . Michael Okoroafor, Vice President Packaging R&D / Innovation, of H. J. Heinz Company plus 2 project-focussed sessions by Cepsa – a new player in the PET market who will talk about their vision for going into integrated PET chain as well as Ekopet – which has started production in their PET plant in Kaliningrad.

Meanwhile APPE, PDG Plastiques, Borverk Eurotrade d.o.o and BAS Tuti Fruti will respectively provide regional perspectives on Leading Preform Producer’s Perspective on the Greater Europe PET Growth & Major Applications, France’s PET preform market & growing applications from dairy sector; Serbia’s Market developments and growing applications of PET packaging in the dairy sector and Macedonia PET market.

In addition to above, the 1.5 day discussions will also delve into challenging topics like:

    Bridging the gap between Virgin PET and rPET – Artenius New Green [PET Resin
    Developments on New PET Resins for EBM ( Extrusion Blow Molding) and other differentiated applications
    State of the European r-PET market
    Sustainable R-PET Trays for Fish & Meat Product Packaging

Newly incorporated into the event is a site visit to the Serepla recycling facility and a half-day workshop on `Recycling of PET Bottle and Thermoform Packaging’ both to run on 30th May as a prelude to the main conference.

For more information on the conference, visit the event page at http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=120515&. For details on reservations, contact Hafizah at hafizah(at)cmtsp(dot)com(dot)sg


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Crude Awakening, June 2010 – Jane Fulton Alt

Living on the shores of Lake Michigan, I am acutely aware of the disastrous toll the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has taken on all forms of life, especially as our beaches opened to the 2010 swimming season. This environmental, social and economic catastrophe highlights a much larger problem that has inflicted untold suffering as we exploit the earth’s resources worldwide. We are all responsible for leading lives that create demand for unsustainable energy. We are also all responsible for the solution and we must work together to protect the balance of life.
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Part one of David Gauntlett’s inaugural lecture, ‘Participation Culture, Creativity, and Social Change,’ from November 2008. See www.theory.org.uk for links to parts 2 and 3. Overall, Gauntlett points to a shift from a ‘sit down and be told’ culture to a more creative ‘making and doing’ culture, which may offer one of the necessary keys to tackling climate change and environmental problems.


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Destin, Florida June 12, 2010 What is happening to the beach??

Video shot June 12th 2010 at Henderson Beach I Destin, Florida. Although we have not seen any evidence of oil you have to wonder if the reduced oxygen level is having an environmental impact on this years June grass. We are seeing an unbelieveable amount of June grass on the beach! 2-3 feet thick in some areas. IMO this appears to be what a fish tank looks like that has not been cleaned when algae forms and grows. You have to wonder if the reduced oxygen level in the water is creating an environmental change in the ocean causing an increase in alge blumes.
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Switching to a low fat raw vegan diet has many benefits including making a huge impact on the environment.

June 29, 2010 – Philip Levy spoke at the U.S. Embassy in Wellington on the state of American Trade Policy

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Image taken on 2010-06-30 13:47:09 by US Embassy New Zealand.


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