The Medicaid Drug Rebate Program (MDRP) Summit, created and developed by the Institute for International Research, has been at the forefront of policy changes and operational compliance, bringing a unique mix of contracting and pricing specialists together with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Department of Justice (DOJ), and Office of Inspector General (OIG) leadership. No other event provides participants with face-to-face access to: CMS representatives who will clarify your most pressing operational rebate compliance and policy questions; DOJ officials who will describe lessons learned from current Medicaid fraud litigations; National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) staff who will detail the Average Manufacturer Price (AMP) and Average Wholesale Price (AWP) litigation; and Department of Defense representatives who will share the new TriCare pricing schedule. There also will be dispute resolution meetings facilitated by the CMS and much, much more.

Epstein Becker Green attorneys Constance A. Wilkinson and Benjamin S. Martin will speak at these sessions: 9/21/09 

  • "Process and Operational Answers for Post-DRA Methodology Questions" (co-presenting with Mirec Lee, M. Lee Consulting, Inc.)  - Ben Martin


  • "Understanding & Operationalizing the Differences in the Various Government Price Calculations" (co-presenting with Dave Inliani, sanofi-aventis and Jay McKinley, Cephalon )  - Connie Wilkinson & Ben Martin


  • "Specific Operational Changes from New TRICARE Regulations"  (panelist w/ Joseph Del Ponte, Stiefel Laboratories and Jay McKinley, Cephalon) - Connie Wilkinson

For more information and to register, click here.

Event Detail

Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile
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