Got 340B Policies and Procedures?
The Office of Pharmacy Affairs requires 340B covered entities to have in place policies and procedures to prevent diversion and duplicate discounts, and assure adequate oversight of contract pharmacy arrangements. Does your organization have 340B policies and procedures in place? Are they tailored to your operations and do you follow them? Tune in to this live webinar to hear tips from Michael Glomb, Jason Reddish, and Elizabeth (Issie) Karan on drafting and updating 340B policies and procedures, including strategies for avoiding common pitfalls and gaps.
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Michael B. Glomb
A partner with the firm, Michael practices in the Federal Grants and Health Law groups, and has over three decades of experience advising community-based organizations on a broad range of legal matters. Specifically, he offers guidance to Federally Qualified Health Centers, other federal grantees, and several professional and trade associations on the 340B drug discount program, tax exemption, grants law, and fraud matters. [Full Bio]
Elizabeth "Issie" Karan
Elizabeth is an associate working in the firm’s Health Law and Federal Grants practice groups counseling a diverse array of organizations including Hemophilia Treatment Centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, primary care associations, and other Federal grantees. Elizabeth’s practice focuses mainly on assisting clients with the 340B drug pricing program, grants compliance, provider collaborations, Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement issues, and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. [Full Bio]
Jason B. Reddish
Jason, a partner with the firm, focuses his practice on pharmacy issues and specifically on the federal 340B drug discount program and the complex legal and compliance issues facing safety net providers, pharmacies, and other 340B program stakeholders. Jason focuses on helping 340B program covered entities, including in particular Federally Qualified Health Centers and Ryan White HIV/AIDS clinics, and their pharmacies and vendors. [Full Bio]
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