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Collaborate for Better Health and Reduce Overall Costs

May 22-23, 2019
  • Chicago, IL

Join colleagues and get the latest information available on improving the cost management of drugs by overcoming the complex challenge inherent to integrating pharmacy and medical benefits. By conquering this challenge, organizations can improve drug costs and quality management. CBI’s 2nd Annual Integrating Medical & Pharmacy Benefits Summit provides attendees with a platform to learn more about the advantages of integrating pharmacy and medical data. Benefit from hearing about best-in-class models for pharmacy and medical benefits management and evaluating how to measure and manage data across both medical and pharmacy benefits.

Key Benefits of Attending:

  • Evaluate which therapeutic areas are most optimally
    suited for integrated benefit management
  • Determine whether the health plan sees better rebate recoveries when information is in one place
  • Assess operational implementation strategies for getting medical claims into the pharmacy rebate process
  • Discuss medical and pharmacy data integration
    and specialty outlier analyses process
  • Understand the role specialty pharmacies play when pharmacy and medical benefits are integrated
  • Determine which drugs are covered under the medical benefit vs. what drugs are covered under the pharmacy benefit.
  • Navigate co-pay programs for drugs covered in
    an integrated system

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

The CBI Conference on Integration of Medical and Pharmacy Data was outstanding. CBI brought together a great speaker panel that addressed the subject from multiple perspectives and there was a lot of opportunities for the speakers and the attendees to interact together, which made it even more valuable

Steven G. Avey, Vice President, Enterprise Specialty Clinical Solutions  Medimpact Health Systems, Inc.

Excellent conference.

Joe Feliciani, VP Operations, OrchestraRx

Great conference.

- Jeff Amond, Director of Payer Relations Hemophilia Alliance

2nd Annual Integrating Pharmacy and Medical Benefits Summit

Collaborate for Better Health and Reduce Overall Costs

Join colleagues and get the latest information available on improving the cost management of drugs by overcoming the complex challenge inherent to integrating pharmacy and medical benefits. By conquering this challenge, organizations can improve drug costs and quality management. CBI’s 2nd Annual Integrating Medical & Pharmacy Benefits Summit provides attendees with a platform to learn more about the advantages of integrating pharmacy and medical data. Benefit from hearing about best-in-class models for pharmacy and medical benefits management and evaluating how to measure and manage data across both medical and pharmacy benefits.

Key Benefits of Attending:

  • Evaluate which therapeutic areas are most optimally
    suited for integrated benefit management
  • Determine whether the health plan sees better rebate recoveries when information is in one place
  • Assess operational implementation strategies for getting medical claims into the pharmacy rebate process
  • Discuss medical and pharmacy data integration
    and specialty outlier analyses process
  • Understand the role specialty pharmacies play when pharmacy and medical benefits are integrated
  • Determine which drugs are covered under the medical benefit vs. what drugs are covered under the pharmacy benefit.
  • Navigate co-pay programs for drugs covered in
    an integrated system

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

The CBI Conference on Integration of Medical and Pharmacy Data was outstanding. CBI brought together a great speaker panel that addressed the subject from multiple perspectives and there was a lot of opportunities for the speakers and the attendees to interact together, which made it even more valuable

Steven G. Avey, Vice President, Enterprise Specialty Clinical Solutions  Medimpact Health Systems, Inc.

Excellent conference.

Joe Feliciani, VP Operations, OrchestraRx

Great conference.

- Jeff Amond, Director of Payer Relations Hemophilia Alliance