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Strategies to Ensure Comprehensive Care and Cost Management

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 quality and drug cost 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-inclass models for pharmacy and medical benefits management and evaluate how to measure and manage data across both benefits.


  • Understand how integrating medical and pharmacy benefit data alleviates the burden of duplicate billing
  • Discuss how to reimburse patients or payers who have been
    billed on both the pharmacy and medical side
  • Hear about current regulatory status of drug manufacturer rebates and its impact on medical and pharmacy drug cost analysis
  • Analyze how integrated data helps to identify opioid use patterns and potential abuse
  • Address the current landscape of the 340B drug pricing program
  • Hear firsthand insights from the employer perspective about the advantages and challenges of integrating benefits
  • Discover which drugs are generally routed through the medical benefit and which can be pushed to the pharmacy benefit
  • Identify the challenges specialty pharmacies face in an integrated system and how they are overcome
  • Review new pricing models that move the majority of rebates to sponsors and patients trending toward value-based arrangements

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

You created one of the best events of the year. The conversation we all engaged in was one of the most important topics we could be hitting as an industry. The TOPICS AND SPEAKERS WERE TOP SHELF.

Founding Partner, Blue Fin Group

A great speaker panel that addressed the subject from MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES and there were
A LOT OF OPPORTUNITIES for the speakers and
the attendees to interact together, which
made it even more valuable.

VP, Specialty, Pharmacy Programs, MedImpact