Monday, May 1, 20172017-05-01 09:00 2017-05-01 20:00 America/New_York PBM Policy Forum Join us for the 2017 PBM Policy Forum at the Newseum in Washington, DC. Washington, DC
The Newseum in Washington, DC
About the PBM Policy Forum 2017
In this era of high drug prices and expensive specialty medicines, the role of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) has never been more important. PBMs provide employers, unions, public programs, physicians, and consumers with cost savings strategies and clinical services that are essential to the affordability and efficacy of prescription drugs.
Typically, PBMs reduce drug costs by 30 percent for more than 266 million Americans enrolled in private and public plans, most notably Medicare Part D.
PCMA’s annual PBM Policy Forum brings together the private and public sector to deliver important insights into the prescription drug marketplace, and highlight the role of PBMs in managing prescription drug costs and improving health outcomes.
Who Should Attend?
The PCMA PBM Policy Forum is designed for policy makers and staff from Capitol Hill and the Administration, as well as healthcare and drug industry advocates from think tanks, patient advocacy groups, industry trade associations, and the media.
Attendees must register for this free event which has been organized to conform to House and Senate Ethics guidance for widely attended gatherings, with more than 25 individuals from outside organizations in attendance from throughout the industry.
All registered attendees must be affiliated with, and attending this event on behalf of a company or organization. Please be sure to indicate your affiliation when you register.
All members of the media must check in with PCMA at the registration desk upon arrival at the event.
Confirmed speakers for the PBM Policy Forum 2017 include:
Highlights from last year’s PBM Policy Forum
Managing the Escalating Cost and Utilization of Medical Benefit Drugs
Alan Lotvin, Executive Vice President, CVS/specialty, CVS Health
Value-Based Contracting and How it it Being Applied in the Commercial Marketplace for Savings
Chris Bradbury, Senior Vice President, Integrated Clinical Solutions and Specialty Pharmacy, Cigna Pharmacy Management
How Policymakers Can Leverage Competition to Reduce Rx Costs
Mark Merritt, President & Chief Executive Officer, PCMA
What Makes Specialty Pharmacies Special and Why They are Crucial to the Future of Drug Cost Management
Everett Neville, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain, Express Scripts