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Track Appropriate Prescribing, Dispensing and Utilization of Opioids and Other Drug Classes

February 7-8, 2017
  • Baltimore, MD

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Day One | Tuesday, February 7, 2017

7:30

Conference Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

Regulatory Initiatives and Overview of the Political Landscape

8:45

LUMINARY PANEL The Time to Stop the Opioid Epidemic Is Now

MODERATOR:

Steve Mullenix, RPh
Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Industry Relations
NCPDP

PANELISTS:

Scott Winiecki, MD
Team Lead, Safe Use Team, Professional Affairs and
Stakeholder Engagement Staff, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
FDA

Dean T. Parry, RPH, AVP
Clinical Informatics, Care Support Services
Geisinger Health System

9:30

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Initiatives at the FDA

Scott Winiecki, MD
Team Lead, Safe Use Team, Professional Affairs and
Stakeholder Engagement Staff, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
FDA

10:15

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:45

Support Formulary Decisions and Medication Therapy Treatments by Incorporating PDMP Data

Ali Farrokhroo, PharmD, MBA
Vice President, Pharmacy Services
Alignment Health Plan

11:30

Learn about the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) PDMP Initiative Pilots and Interoperability Barriers

Sherry L. Green
President
National Alliance for Model State Drug Laws

12:15

Networking Luncheon

Improve Data Interoperability and Accessibility Through Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Opioid Overutilization

1:30

Increasing Data Accessibility of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Opioid Overutilization

Dr. Jim Huizenga
Chief Clinical Officer
Appriss Health

2:15

Integrate EHRs with PDMPs Effectively — A Geisinger Health System Case Study

Dean T. Parry, RPH, AVP
Clinical Informatics, Care Support Services
Geisinger Health System

3:00

Identify Red Flag Situations — Avoid Fraud, Waste and Abuse

Grant Carrow
Project Consultant, Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Brandeis University

3:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

4:15

COMMUNITY RETAIL PHARMACY CASE STUDY Take a Deep Dive into Benefits and Challenges of PDMP Usage by Retail Pharmacies

Tomson George, RPh
Senior Manager, Professional Affairs
Walgreen Co.

5:00

Blueprint for Integrating PDMP Data with Prescriber Workflow

Pooja Babbrah
Senior Consultant and Practice Lead, PBM Services
Point-of-Care Partners

5:45

Close of Day One

Networking, Wine and Cheese Reception immediately following the final session on day one

Day Two | Wednesday, February 8, 2017

8:00

Continental Breakfast

8:00

Chairman’s Review of Day One

Analyze the Impact and Transform Care Delivery through Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs

8:45

STATE-FOCUSED PANEL DISCUSSION Discuss PDMP Performance in a State Update Panel Discussion

MODERATOR:

Pooja Babbrah
Senior Consultant and Practice Lead, PBM Services
Point-of-Care Partners

PANELISTS:

Kate Jackson, MPH
PDMP Manager
Maryland Behavioral Health Administration

Barbara A. Carter
Director, MN Prescription Monitoring Program
MN Board of Pharmacy

Don Vogt
PMP Program Manager
Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics

9:45

Take a Deep Dive into the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA)

Joel White
President
Horizon Government Affairs

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

11:00

Best Practices for Sustainable and Interoperable PDMPs

Steve Mullenix, RPh
Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Industry Relations
NCPDP

Thomas R. Bizzaro, RPh
Vice President, Health Policy and Industry Relations
FDB (First Databank, Inc)

11:45

VISIONARY BENCHMARKING ROUNDTABLE Establish a Standardized Approach to Delivering Data Stored in the PDMPs to EHRs, Pharmacy Systems and Health Information Exchanges

FACILITATORS:

Bill Hein
Payer/Provider Executive Lead
Point-of-Care Partners

Kevin C. Borcher, PharmD
PDMP Program Director
NEHII

John Kansky
President & CEO
Indiana Health Information Exchange

12:30

Close of Conference

Agenda

Want more agenda details? Download the brochure.
Want more agenda details? Download the brochure.

Day One | Tuesday, February 7, 2017

7:30

Conference Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

Regulatory Initiatives and Overview of the Political Landscape

8:45

LUMINARY PANEL The Time to Stop the Opioid Epidemic Is Now

MODERATOR:

Steve Mullenix, RPh
Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Industry Relations
NCPDP

PANELISTS:

Scott Winiecki, MD
Team Lead, Safe Use Team, Professional Affairs and
Stakeholder Engagement Staff, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
FDA

Dean T. Parry, RPH, AVP
Clinical Informatics, Care Support Services
Geisinger Health System

9:30

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Initiatives at the FDA

Scott Winiecki, MD
Team Lead, Safe Use Team, Professional Affairs and
Stakeholder Engagement Staff, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
FDA

10:15

Networking and Refreshment Break

10:45

Support Formulary Decisions and Medication Therapy Treatments by Incorporating PDMP Data

Ali Farrokhroo, PharmD, MBA
Vice President, Pharmacy Services
Alignment Health Plan

11:30

Learn about the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) PDMP Initiative Pilots and Interoperability Barriers

Sherry L. Green
President
National Alliance for Model State Drug Laws

12:15

Networking Luncheon

Improve Data Interoperability and Accessibility Through Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Opioid Overutilization

1:30

Increasing Data Accessibility of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Opioid Overutilization

Dr. Jim Huizenga
Chief Clinical Officer
Appriss Health

2:15

Integrate EHRs with PDMPs Effectively — A Geisinger Health System Case Study

Dean T. Parry, RPH, AVP
Clinical Informatics, Care Support Services
Geisinger Health System

3:00

Identify Red Flag Situations — Avoid Fraud, Waste and Abuse

Grant Carrow
Project Consultant, Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Brandeis University

3:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

4:15

COMMUNITY RETAIL PHARMACY CASE STUDY Take a Deep Dive into Benefits and Challenges of PDMP Usage by Retail Pharmacies

Tomson George, RPh
Senior Manager, Professional Affairs
Walgreen Co.

5:00

Blueprint for Integrating PDMP Data with Prescriber Workflow

Pooja Babbrah
Senior Consultant and Practice Lead, PBM Services
Point-of-Care Partners

5:45

Close of Day One

Networking, Wine and Cheese Reception immediately following the final session on day one

Day Two | Wednesday, February 8, 2017

8:00

Continental Breakfast

8:00

Chairman’s Review of Day One

Analyze the Impact and Transform Care Delivery through Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs

8:45

STATE-FOCUSED PANEL DISCUSSION Discuss PDMP Performance in a State Update Panel Discussion

MODERATOR:

Pooja Babbrah
Senior Consultant and Practice Lead, PBM Services
Point-of-Care Partners

PANELISTS:

Kate Jackson, MPH
PDMP Manager
Maryland Behavioral Health Administration

Barbara A. Carter
Director, MN Prescription Monitoring Program
MN Board of Pharmacy

Don Vogt
PMP Program Manager
Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics

9:45

Take a Deep Dive into the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA)

Joel White
President
Horizon Government Affairs

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

11:00

Best Practices for Sustainable and Interoperable PDMPs

Steve Mullenix, RPh
Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Industry Relations
NCPDP

Thomas R. Bizzaro, RPh
Vice President, Health Policy and Industry Relations
FDB (First Databank, Inc)

11:45

VISIONARY BENCHMARKING ROUNDTABLE Establish a Standardized Approach to Delivering Data Stored in the PDMPs to EHRs, Pharmacy Systems and Health Information Exchanges

FACILITATORS:

Bill Hein
Payer/Provider Executive Lead
Point-of-Care Partners

Kevin C. Borcher, PharmD
PDMP Program Director
NEHII

John Kansky
President & CEO
Indiana Health Information Exchange

12:30

Close of Conference