Friday, January 17, 2014

Overcome Challenges to Medicaid Managed Care, FFS and Supplemental Rebate Obligations number of State Medicaid programs have recently adjusted their Medicaid prescription drug benefit designs stemming from the Affordable Care Act. At IIR's 6th Annual Government Programs Summit in March, understand the policy reasons for these changes and the impact they are likely to have on various rebate obligations such as Medicaid Managed Care, Medicaid Fee-For-Service and Medicaid Supplemental Rebates. Examine the legal, technical and financial accounting issues that could result:

The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on State Budgets and State Economic Growth 

Stan Dorn, J.D. is a Senior Fellow at the Health Policy Center of the Urban Institute. He's an expert on the Patient Protection and Affordable Coverage Act, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), federal programs to subsidize coverage for laid-off workers, and strategies to maximize coverage among individuals who qualify for subsidies.

Developments in the Split between Managed Medicaid and Fee-For-Service 

Josh O'Harra, Asst. General Counsel, Eli Lilly and Company

Panelists: Andy Vasquez, Deputy Director, Texas Health & Human Services Commission (Invited)
Steve Liles, Pharm.D., Senior Director, Pharmacy Services, Goold Health Systems 
Patricia Tietbohl, Director, Government Rebate Operations, Johnson & Johnson

Continually Strengthening Collaboration between States and Manufacturers

David Buckley, Contract Operations Mgr, Contract Management and Operations US, GlaxoSmithKline

Panelists: John Grotton, R.Ph., Executive Vice President, Goold Health Systems
Lisa Marchisello-Norton, Associated Consultant, Managed Healthcare Services, Lilly USA, LLC
Cemeria M. Ehis, Pharmacy Rebate Analyst, Alabama XIX, HP Enterprise Services

To learn more, download our agenda.

Register with code XP1951BLOG and receive 15% off of the standard rate. If you have any questions about the event, feel free to contact Kate Devery ( For more information visit our homepage. We hope to see this March!

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