Agenda

  • All times are listed in Mountain Time (MT).

Monday, Oct. 18, 2021

9am–12:30pm
Room: Willow 1
11–12pm
Room: Crest 4
12–5pm
Information to come.
2–3:30pm
4:30–6pm
  • Managed Care Perspectives on CKD-Anemia: Optimizing Clinical Outcomes and Mitigating Financial Toxicity with Intravenous Iron Therapies
  • Multiple Myeloma: Optimizing Outcomes for Patients on Monoclonal Antibody Therapy
Visit the Satellite Symposia page for details.
6–7pm
Room: Crest 4
7–8:30pm
  • Insights into Sickle Cell Disease: Complexities of Care
  • New Evidence in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Examining Implications for Managed Care
Visit the Satellite Symposia page for details.
7:30–8:30pm
Room: Willow 1

Tuesday, Oct 19, 2021

6:30–8am
  • Addressing Aspects of Quality of Life When Treating Atopic Dermatitis
Visit the Satellite Symposia page for details.
6:45–8am
Visit AMCP Foundation 5K under the Foundation Events menu for details.
7–8am
Room: Cottonwood 6/7
7-8am
6:30am–7pm
Information to come.
6:45–7:45am
8:15–9:30am 


Tuesday, Oct. 19 | 8:15–9:30am | Aurora A  

A schoolteacher turned actor, recording artist, two-time national poetry slam champion, entrepreneur, and award winning poetic voice, Sekou is a multi-talented entertainer with over two decades of experience rocking diverse audiences. In 2019, Sekou became the first contemporary poet in 12 years to receive the Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word Album with his latest album, “Sekou Andrews and the String Theory.” Learn More

9:30–10am
Information to come.
9:30am–6pm
10–11:15am
11:30am–12:30pm
12–1pm
Room: Crest 3
12–2pm
Room: Crest 4
12:15–1:15pm
Room: Summit 4
12:30–1pm
Information to come.
1–2:15pm
2–4pm
Visit the AMCP Partnering page for details.
2:15–2:45pm 
Information to come.
2:45–4pm
3:30–4:30pm
Room: Crest 4
3:30–4:30pm
Room: Crest 3
4–7pm
6:30–8:30pm
7–8pm
Information to come.
7–8:30 pm
  • Multiple Sclerosis: Managed Care Approaches to Navigating the Treatment Landscape
  • Exploring Emerging Monoclonal Antibody Therapy for Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Diabetic Macular Edema
Visit the Satellite Symposia page for details.
7:30–8:30pm
Room: Cottonwood 6/7

Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021

6–7am
Room: Juniper Pre-Function on Level 1
6:30–8am 
  • Metastatic HER2-Positive Breast Cancer: Innovative Therapeutic Options and Updates for Managed Care
  • A Managed Care Perspective on Targeted IBD Therapies
Visit the Satellite Symposia page for details.
7–8am
Room: Crest 5
7–8am
Room: Willow 1
7–8am
Room: Cottonwood 6/7
7–8am
Room: Cottonwood 8
7–8:30am
Room: Crest 3
7:30–8:30am
Room: Crest 4
7:30am–7:00pm
Information to come.
8am–5pm
8:15–9:30am 

Wednesday, Oct. 20 | 8:15–9:30am | Aurora B 
Overflow available in Aurora C and D 

Over the last several years, approvals of specialty pharmaceuticals have far outpaced those of traditional drugs. It is anticipated that this trend will continue. How will these specialty medications affect the dynamic health care landscape and managed care pharmacy? This pipeline session will focus on new and emerging specialty medications and explore their likely role in therapy. This session will also discuss the potential impact of these agents on the managed care market. 

8:15-9:30am
9:30–10am
Information to come.
9:45–11:15am
Room: Crest 3
10–11:15am
10–11:15am
10am–2pm
Information to come.
11am–2:30pm
  • Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin (TSLP) in Asthma: Examining the Evidence
  • Advancing the Science of Medication Safety 
  • Improving Health Outcomes in Medically Complex Patients: The Impact of High-Value Pharmacy Services 
  • GOCOVRI® (amantadine) Extended Release Capsules: for Treatment of OFF Episodes and Dyskinesia in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease Taking Levodopa 
  • Assessing the Treatment Emergent Burden in BTKi Therapy: a Medicare Analysis in CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia) 
Visit the Science & Innovation Theaters page for details.
11:15am–12:15pm
Room: Crest 4
11:30am–12:30pm
Room: Willow 1
11:30am–1pm
Room: Crest 3
12–1:30pm
Room: Summit 3
12–2pm
Room: Crest 5
12–2pm
2:45–4pm 
3–4:30pm
Room: Cottonwood 6/7
4–4:30pm
Information to come.
4:30–5:45pm
5–7:30pm
Information to come.
6–7:30 pm
*By invitation only.
Information to come.
7–8:30 pm
  • Evaluating the Utilization of Biosimilars in Oncology: Managed Care Considerations
  • A Pharmacist Forum on Value-Based Clinical Management of Ovarian Cancer With PARP Inhibitors
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Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021

6:30–8am
  • Slowing the Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease in Patients with Diabetes - Managed Care Updates and Interventions to Address the Treatment Gaps
  • The Broadening Utility of CAR T-Cell Therapy: Challenges and Opportunities to Expand Access
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8:15–9:30am

Thursday, Oct. 21 | 8:15–9:30am | Aurora B 
Overflow available in Aurora C and D

In 2022, the Medicare Part D benefit will celebrate its 16th birthday. And like many teenagers, the program is testing and trying out new ideas and adapting to a new environment. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has been thinking of new ways to modernize the program, especially since the cost of medication continues to rise. Some examples of this include a payment model meant to incentivize plans to reduce spending in the catastrophic phase of coverage and a new model focused on making out-of-pocket costs for beneficiaries dependent on insulin more stable and affordable. This session will help attendees understand the landscape of today’s Part D benefit, how recent changes have impacted plans and beneficiaries and how plans are adapting to new policies introduced since 2020. The faculty will also look ahead and discuss some potential policies that could be coming over the horizon.

8:15-9:30am
 9:30–10am
Information to come.
10–11:15am
11:15am
Information to come.