Thursday, June 14, 2012

Settle Your Disputes at the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program and Get Back Millions

No one knows better than you that working in the Medicaid Drug Rebate space can get complicated. With 50 states + DC participating in the MDRP, that's 50 sets of invoices and more than 50 rebate payments (for those states that require separate payment for J Code, MCO and other programs) that need to be made on a quarterly basis. That means there are 50+ opportunities for overpayments and underpayments.

At the 17th Annual Medicaid Drug Rebate Program Summit, taking place this September 10-12, 2012 in Chicago, we know that a little information can go a long way, which is why we have our custom track, “State Contracts, Reporting and Operations Issues and Strategies,” so that you can hear from the States themselves about how they deal with challenges including:
  • - Accounting and Accruing for Rebate Claims When Invoices are Delayed to Prevent Liability
  • - Walk away with tools to deal with an challenges in forecasting overall rebate liability from representatives from North Carolina, Illinois and Kansas.
  • - Developing Best Practices for Dispute Resolution – Avoid needing dispute resolution by learning what States are grappling with and how to work with, rather than against them
Find or more about these sessions and the rest of the program download the brochure.

We also give you the chance to meet with State Representatives for Dispute Resolutions!

For the past 10 years, MDRP has facilitated dispute resolution – so that pharmaceutical manufacturers and states can get up close and personal, and put an end to those disputes potentially worth millions of dollars. Who are the confirmed State Representatives so far? Texas, Oregon, New Jersey, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, and Kansas.

Register now to reserve your spot with your State Representative! As a reader of this blog, you receive an exclusive discount of 25% off of the standard price when you register to join us this September 10-12, 2012 in Chicago, IL. Simply use priority code XP1726BLOG. Do you have any questions about the event? Feel free email Jennifer Pereira.

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