AMCP Foundation 8th Annual Research Symposium

 

  

Monday, October 22, 12:30pm - 5:30pm with reception to follow
$235 (member & non-member)
October 22, 2018
Orlando World Center Marriott 
 

 

Emerging Trends in Health Care and Disrupting Factors

   

Among the certainties in healthcare is the constant pace of change and its intensity.  This year’s annual research symposium builds upon the AMCP Foundation’s landmark research focusing on emerging trends  as part of  a new comprehensive study of the factors leading health system change and their impact on varied stakeholders.

 

At the symposium a significant focus will address those factors that have the potential for disruption of healthcare services, and implications if stakeholders fail to address the significance of the emerging trends.

 

The Foundation’s 8th Annual Research Symposium will be conducted on October 22 before the start of the AMCP Nexus 2018.  In addition to Identifying programs undertaken by stakeholders to address anticipated change. A key objective will be reviewing best practices that stakeholder groups have implemented in addressing or reacting to the emerging trends.

 

Presentations are expected to address emerging trends related to:

* Drug pricing & spending
* Innovative & curative therapies
* Health coverage
* Accelerated drug approvals
* Specialties and biosimilars
* Population health management
* Big data and health IT
* Industry consolidation
* Health care public policy 

 

Agenda   

 

Welcoming Remarks
Paula Eichenbrenner, AMCP Foundation Executive Director

 

Managed Care Pharmacy: Preparing for the Future                             
Susan Cantrell, AMCP Foundation Chair & AMCP CEO                                          

 

Pharmacy’s Future Role                               
Kevin  Sneed, PharmD, Dean, USF College of Pharmacy, and Symposium Moderator                                                       

 

Best Poster Presentation                             
Karl M. Kilgore, Ph.D., Inovalon, Inc.

  

Keynote
Reed V. Tuckson, MD, Managing Director, Tuckson Health Connections & former EVP & Chief of Medical Affairs, UnitedHealth Group

                                                                                               

New Research Findings: Anticipating Disruptors inEmerging Health Care Trends
Matt Sarnes, Senior Vice President, Xcenda, and Breanna Popelar, PharmD, MS, Assistant Director, Strategic Market Access & Insights, Xcenda

 

Perspectives on Innovations In Healthcare: 

Physicians                                                          
J. Leonard Lichtenfeld, MD, Chief Medical Officer, ACS

 

Patient Needs & Concerns
Alan Balch, PhD, President, National Patient Advocacy Foundation

 

Health Plans                                                      
Kathy Stillo, VP, Clinical Redesign Team, UnitedHealth Care

 

Employers                                                          
F. Randy Vogenberg, PhD, Institute for Integrated Healthcare                                                                                                                                                         

Panelists & Moderator Conclusions 

 

Ten Scholarships to the AMCP Foundation Research Symposium were awarded to:  

 Patient advocates or representatives of patient support organizations  

  •  Employees of 501(c)3 organizations   
  •  New practitioners, graduate students, residents, fellows and student pharmacists   
  •  Researchers, clinicians, or other managed care/healthcare professionals who have an established commitment to placing research in practice and expanding health care literacy.   

 

The AMCP Foundation would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support of this program:  

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Symposium sponsorships provide many benefits beyond interaction with managed care pharmacy thought leaders at the symposium and addressing the key elements impacting the transition to value-based health care.  

Learn more about sponsorship engagement and benefits.  

 


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