Pre-Conference Trainings

**Pre-conference trainings require separate
registration
and some require additional fees.**

 

340B University

Presented by: Apexus

Thursday, August 23, 2018
8:00am – 4:45 pm
Breakfast served at 7:00am
Hyatt Regency Orlando – Orlando, FL
Fee: None

Apexus offers 340B University, an award-winning educational program designed to meet the fundamental and practical needs of the 340B Prime Vendor Program (PVP) participants and other program stakeholders. Topics covered in the training include statutory ceiling price calculations, fundamentals in implementing a compliant pharmacy program, and hands-on training with tools and resources available to assist with program integrity. You can register for this upcoming session by clicking the “New Registration” button to the right.

This session of 340B University will be presented for the following 340B stakeholders: Community Health Centers (CHCs), CHC C-Suite executives, and their pharmacy partners. This session will include a discussion of 340B Basics (eligibility, recertification, etc.), inventory management (purchasing, sharing/transferring, and accounting for inventory), HRSA audit requirements (record-keeping/compliance), and hot topics including Medicaid, patient definition, and contract pharmacy. Peer faculty will share leading practices and audit experiences in an interactive format, and tools will be discussed and applied to promote compliance.

We will feature a broad range of educational sessions, including content regarding:

  • 340B Basics – Introduction to the 340B Drug Pricing Program
  • 340B Basics for the C-Suite
  • Program Integrity & Audits
  • Implementation/Policy – Contract Pharmacy Implementation
  • Implementation – In-House Pharmacy
  • 340B & Medicaid – Overview on Billing & Duplicate Discount Policies

Take advantage of the opportunity for hands-on practical advice to help with 340B program implementation. Specially designed breakout sessions have been designed to help you enhance program integrity by learning from industry leaders and networking with peers.

Objectives
After completing this program, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the history, intent, and statutory principals of the 340B program.
  • Outline the process for addressing 340B policy and the maintenance of integrity of the 340B Program participation.
  • Describe the role of the manufacturer, wholesaler, prime vendor, and entity in 340B pricing integrity.
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of 340B implementation and monitoring that may be managed by a pharmacy technician.

340B University meets these objectives in one full day or two half-day, intensive learning experiences that mix traditional lecture and interactive/practical application learning formats. Continuing education for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians is available.

Target Audience
This session of 340B University will be presented for the following 340B stakeholders: Community Health Centers (CHCs), CHC C-Suite executives, and their pharmacy partners. This session will include a discussion of 340B Basics (eligibility, recertification, etc.), inventory management (purchasing, sharing/transferring, and accounting for inventory), HRSA audit requirements (record-keeping/compliance), and hot topics including Medicaid, patient definition, and contract pharmacy. Peer faculty will share leading practices and audit experiences in an interactive format, and tools will be discussed and applied to promote compliance.

Registration Information
There is no cost to attend 340B University and meals will be provided during the session. 340B University sessions fill up quickly therefore early registration is encouraged. When this session reaches capacity, we will move to a waiting list. To register, click here.

Please note: Non-covered entity registration is limited subject to availability.
 

Integrating Aging, Health Services and Community for Improved Quality of Life

Presented by: Capital Impact Partners and CATCH-ON

Friday, August 24, 2018
2:00 PM – 600 PM
Hyatt Regency Orlando, Orlando, FL

Join Capital Impact Partners and CATCH-ON, the Rush University Medical Center Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program for this pre-conference session discussing the ways in which Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) can support integrated care for older, vulnerable, low-income adults.

Aligned with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) annual CHI conference, this session will discuss how interdependent, cross-organizational partnerships can improve patient outcomes, potentially increase revenue diversification, impact health cost savings, increase cultural and geriatric competency, and highlight the challenges and opportunities to build these partnerships. Attendees will also examine demographic trends in the aging population and community health center (CHC) patients that provide an opportunity for new partnerships and increased capacity through workforce development and education.

In the rapidly changing health care market, FQHCs are well positioned to act as a ‘node’ for the delivery of integrated care combining primary care, behavioral health and long-term care services to support older, vulnerable low-income adults. As a result of expanded access to services and health care created through the Affordable Care Act, CHCs have seen a steady increase in the 50+ patient population. Community-based organizations and aging service providers can play an integral role in helping FQHCs and CHCs maintain older adults’ independence and quality of life.

Heavy snacks will be served.

For more information, contact cbrobinson@capitalimpact.org.

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**Pre-conference trainings require separate
registration
and some require additional fees.**

 

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