16th Annual Patient Assistance & Access Programs

Feb

27


CBI’s Patient Assistance and Access Programs conference has become the most meaningful of its kind for manufacturers, copay foundations, non-profits, free clinics, advocacy organizations, hospitals and service providers all working to meet the needs of the uninsured and underinsured.

Join Lash Group, Xcenda and ASD Healthcare at the 2015 Patient Assistance & Access Programs (PAP) conference, set for March 3-4, 2015. Lash Group president Tracy Foster will provide the keynote address, "Patient Support Services - A Forward Looking Perspective." 

Other AmerisourceBergen presentations include:

  • High Touch to High Tech - Program Best Practices to Optimize the Patient Journey, by Loreen Brown, SVP Product Management and Not-for-Profit Operations, Lash Group, and Wade Hubbard, VP, Field Services, Xcenda
  • Key Considerations for Optimizing Your Patient Support Service Offerings in the Evolving Landscape, by Sara Fernandez, Director, Xcenda
  • The Evolution of Patient Assistance Foundations - How Non-Profits are Changing their Approach to Patient Support, a panel presentation by Honora Gabriel, VP Not-for-Profit Operations, Lash Group

Panelists
Amy Niles
Director of Alliance Development
Patient Access Network Foundation

Gwen Darien
Executive Vice President, Programs and Services
Cancer Support Community

Carol Risaliti
Executive Director
Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County, Inc.

As health reform continues to sweep in major changes to our nation’s healthcare system, patient assistance and access programs are rapidly evolving to assess and meet new needs. For the past 15 years, CBI has been pleased to provide the must-attend forum for executives engaged in pharmaceutical patient assistance and access programs. Now, as millions of uninsured Americans gain some form of insurance coverage, manufacturer-sponsored PAPs face unprecedented challenges as they rise up to evolve the PAP model to best address changing needs in the market. This annual meeting convenes hundreds of executives from the pharmaceutical industry and from patient foundations and clinics for the most robust and renowned forum on this critical issue. The nation’s largest and longest running patient access meeting ramps up for themost in-depth and impactful event yet!