Monday, May 02, 2016

Pharmaceutical Pricing Boot Camp

10th Annual “Big Four” Pharmaceutical Pricing Boot Camp
May 23-25, 2016 | The Carlton Hotel | New York, NY

American Conference Institute’s 10th Annual “Big Four” Pharmaceutical Pricing Boot Camp is an intensive training course designed to provide you with a complete understanding of core pricing competencies.

Call 888-224-2480, or register online at Drug Channels readers are entitled to 10% off the standard registration rate with discount code: P10-899-DCH16.

ACI has assembled a faculty of the leading government authorities on “Big Four” pricing and pharmacy benefits programs along with expert pricing practitioners. This distinguished faculty will make sense of complicated terminology and pricing calculations while teaching you how to navigate the complexities of working with the “Big Four” agencies:  VA, DoD, PHS, and Coast Guard.

By providing solutions for the calculation, contracting, and operational challenges many pharmaceutical manufacturers face as a result of federal pricing, this conference will allow you to work more effectively with the “Big Four” agencies. This unique opportunity to have your questions answered directly by the government agencies administering federal payor programs will prove invaluable when attempting to improve and streamline practices.

For those attendees seeking a primer on “Big Four” pricing, the pre-conference workshop—“Big Four” Pricing 101—is a great opportunity to learn the fundamentals of federal pricing and will prepare you for the more advanced discussions that will take place during the main conference. In addition, new this year, attend the Final AMP Rule Boot Camp on Monday, May 23, 2016 and learn about how this final rule impacts manufacturers’ drug pricing and discount strategies. For more information and to register, visit

Click here to download the “Big Four” conference brochure. Register now to ensure your place at what is sure to be a sold-out event.

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