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Pharmaceutical Institute Launches New Training Series Focused on Managed Markets Excellence
Date:4/14/2009

Commercial Managed Care - Managed care plans come in many varieties and serve different purposes. This course looks at the characteristics of the different types of managed care organizations (MCOs), the different types of benefit and formulary design, the various mechanisms that plans use to manage drug utilization and costs, the impact of patent expiration and generic utilization on branded products, tactics health plans use to drive generic utilization, and potential future trends in managed care.
  • Medicare - With the launch of the Medicare Part D drug benefit, Medicare's impact on pharmaceutical and biologic product sales has dramatically increased. This course provides team members with the necessary background to understand and effectively sell to this segment of the market, including the four key components of Medicare: Parts A, B, C, & D, the characteristics of the Medicare population, the current structure and potential changes to the Part D drug benefit, and the common questions about the Medicare program.
  • Medicaid - The role and importance of Medicaid has been transformed by the Medicare Part D drug benefit. This course helps team members understand how this program has evolved and how it is managed. Topics covered in this course include, understanding the characteristics of the Medicaid population, changes to Medicaid as a result of Medicare Part D, the role of preferred drugs lists in Medicaid utilization management, and the priorities and challenges for the government in managing and paying for drugs.
  • Specialty Pharmacy - Specialty products are under increasing financial pressure in the current reimbursement environment. This course helps team members understand the management structure and economics of a physician practice that utilizes specialty products, including the day-to-day roles and responsibilities of practice managers, as well as their key challenges, the
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