Co-sponsored by Epstein Becker Green

Speakers: Ben Martin, Kathleen Peterson, and Connie Wilkinson

Ben Martin, Associate, presents "Manufacturers' Perspective on the Impact of 340B Program Changes."

Kathleen Peterson, Member of the Firm, presents "Mitigate Risks in AMP and Rebate Calculations."

Connie Wilkinson, Member of the Firm, presents "Government Pricing Program Audits, Restatements, Disclosures, and Adjustments: The Needle Has Moved — Have You?"

Audiences include Medicaid/health care consultants, attorneys, data analysts, IT/software consultants, accounting firms, and marketing/sales representatives, working within industries including pharma/biotech, law/accounting, state/federal, consulting, technology, Medicaid/rebates, government affairs/pricing, and sales/marketing.

Clients and contacts of Epstein Becker Green — click here to learn more and save 25% on registration.

For more information, contact Serik Slobodskoy at (646) 895-7396 or

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