Your Covered Entity relies on the 340B Program to provide better patient care to uninsured and underinsured patients throughout your local communities. Additionally, your covered entity helps patients receive free medications for various manufacturers and philanthropic organizations.
Understanding how each operates is vital to running compliant and optimal programs.
Attendees of this webinar will learn the following:
•How does MAP impact 340B compliance
•How does MAP impact fiscal stewardship
•How you can document 340B savings being used to administer MAPs1
Watch the Webinar Here!
Meet the Speakers
Vice President of Pharmacy Services, Optimization & Growth
An experienced pharmacy executive with an accountable and innovative track record creating and implementing key strategies in clinical, operational, and business aspects of healthcare. As a past Regional Director responsible for six 340B covered entities, he has vast experience managing 340B programs from very large DSH hospitals (400+ beds) to Critical Access Hospitals. While successfully passing two clean HRSA audits, he tripled the 340B value resulting in greater than $100M+ of 340B savings. Jake has extensive experience in optimizing the 340B program through day to day administration and compliance, program optimization tactics, and strategic growth tactics. He has held numerous national 340B leadership positions and been a strong advocate for the 340B program.
Vice President at Atlas Health
Timothy R. L’Hommedieu, PharmD, MS, is Vice President for Atlas Health. In this role he is responsible for solution architecture and pharmacy solutions. He has extensive experience in all areas of hospital and health system pharmacy including population health, ambulatory services, health plan optimization, and specialty pharmacy. Dr. L’Hommedieu has published articles on drug diversion, lean methodology in pharmacy operations, pharmacy residency program reimbursement, and transitions of care services.Dr.L’Hommedieu received his PharmDand B.A. in economics from The Ohio State University. He completed a two year administrative residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and received aMastersin hospital pharmacy administration from The Ohio State University.