CMPI Report: Principles for Patient-Centered Prescription Drug Coverage


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Principles for Patient-Centered Prescription Drug Coverage

Monday, September 11, 2017  
8:30am – 1:30 pm
National Press Club
Holeman Lounge
529 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20045
 
Panel One:     How PBMs Affect Access and Affordability
 
Moderator:     Peter J. Pitts, President, CMPI
Panelists:         B. Douglas Hoey, CEO, National Community Pharmacists Association
                          Nick Ferreyros, Director of Communications, Community Oncology Alliance
                          Derek Daggett, Senior Business Development Executive, SmithRx

Watch Panel One highlights here.

Keynote Speaker: A. Mark Fendrick, M.D., Director, Center for Value Based Insurance Design, University of Michigan
Introduction by Robert M. Goldberg, CMPI

Watch Dr. A. Mark Fendrick's Keynote Remarks here.

Panel Two:     Principles for PBM Reform and Patient-Centered Prescription Drug Benefits
 
Moderator:   Robert M. Goldberg, PhD, Vice President, CMPI
Panelists:       Shawn Lovering, President, RxTE
                        Susan Pilch, Vice President, Policy & Regulatory Affairs, NCPA
                        A. Mark Fendrick, M.D., University of Michigan
                        Burt Zweigenhaft, Managing Partner, Upstream Partners
 
Watch Panel Two highlights here.
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