Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy - AMCP's 30th Annual Meeting & Expo

2018-04-23 - 2018-04-26
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The AMCP Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy Annual Meeting is still the only event that brings together all the voices and visions of managed care pharmacy, health care, and breakthrough drug therapies. But the new name brings into focus the ingrained and expanding role of specialty pharmacy. Indeed, it’s increasingly said that managed care pharmacy is specialty pharmacy. We will spotlight new developments in a dedicated track and pre-meeting programming, while still bringing you up to date on legislation and regulation, research, formulary management and other concerns of our profession.

Attendee information

The Annual Meeting is the premier, must-attend meeting for: Managed care pharmacists Health plan administrators and medical directors Doctors, nurses and other practitioners who work on the pharmacy benefit Formulary decision-makers Medicare Part D and Medicaid administrators

Exhibitor information

AMCP’s Annual Expo is where 100 exhibiting companies meet the movers and shakers within managed care and specialty pharmacy, health plans, ACOs, IDNs and other health care market insiders. Display and discuss the latest therapies, technologies, and a wealth of products and services affecting professionals working in managed care. An opening night reception, lunch, Science & Innovation Theaters, poster presentations, private meeting space and dedicated hours make the Expo a high-profile part of every attendee’s Annual Meeting experience. Be in the Hall where it happens!

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