AMCP’s 2013 Educational Conference attracts more than 2,500 attendees who are managed health care
professionals interested in increasing their knowledge of the management and coordination of clinical, pharmacy benefit, and pharmaceutical care programs. Those who attend are comprised of practicing pharmacists and other health care practitioners from managed care organizations who are involved in health management and research, outcomes management, and pharmacoeconomics; as well as representatives from pharmacy benefit management companies, physicians practicing in managed care, professors of pharmacy studies throughout academia and representatives from the pharmaceutical industry.
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As the delivery of health care becomes more integrated, the role of the managed care pharmacist in making important decisions regarding patient health is expected to grow significantly. AMCP’s Exchange attracts pharmacy professionals from managed care organizations such as HMOs, PPOs, PBMs, Integrated Health Networks, and Federal Programs specializing in:
pharmacy benefit management
pharmacy network administration
clinical pharmacy services
health and utilization management
AMCP offers companies the opportunity to make presentations to managed care pharmacists and other health care professionals attending AMCP’s 2013 Educational Conference with Product Theaters. Product Theaters provide an opportunity for commercial organizations to showcase the latest drug therapies, technologies, therapeutic areas and/or disease states and a wealth of products and services affecting professionals working in managed care pharmacy.
The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) is a national professional association of pharmacists and other health care practitioners who serve society by the application of sound medication management principles and strategies to improve health care for all. The Academy’s nearly 6,500 members develop and provide a diversified range of clinical, educational and business management services and strategies on behalf of the more than 200 million Americans covered by a managed care pharmacy benefit.