Co CEO and Chief Development Officer Giovanni Gallo to educate compliance teams on effective program management.
ComplianceLine, the industry-leading ethics and compliance solutions provider, announced today that Co-CEO and Chief Development Officer Giovanni Gallo will present an educational session on effective compliance program management at the 7th Annual Pharmacy Benefit Compliance Congress November 13-14 at the Scottsdale Marriott at McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale, AZ. The session will empower compliance professionals with perspectives, strategies, and actionable approaches to review, refine, and optimize key aspects of compliance transparency programs.
The ComplianceLine-led session entitled “One Step Ahead — Managing Risk Exposure to Prepare or Prevent Government Action” will be held at 1:15 pm PT November 13, (Day One) at the hotel.
With the Amazon/Pillpack acquisition, the CVS/Aetna merger and ongoing Capitol Hill debates, pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are front and center in the nation’s dialogue about drug pricing, healthcare costs, and other important healthcare issues.
“An effective compliance program is a key component of driving quality and cost control which are so central to ‘bending the curve’ of healthcare costs in America. At ComplianceLine we are proud to serve this critical PBM industry as we support client’s efforts to keep patients and organizations safe,” said Mr. Gallo. “At ComplianceLine, we have the resources to handle the full range of transparency and visibility needs for any size client. We provide critical compliance management services to compliance professionals with oversight of over 4.5 million employees worldwide and we have scalable, specialized solutions appropriate for a two-pharmacist medical office as well as a multinational pharmaceutical or biotech organization.”
ComplianceLine is participating in the conference because it has longstanding experience with adjacent sectors that are watching PBMs closely, and the Company seeks to improve the world through transparency and education. With expertise in effective compliance transparency programs, anonymous whistleblowers hotlines, compliance case management, and exclusion screening databases, ComplianceLine’s services help HR, legal, and compliance professionals gain a clear vision of the activities and parties that could harm patients, employees, corporate cultures, and organizations.
“We proudly serve clients across pharmaceutical, biotech, pharmacy, and downstream beneficiaries in hospital, hospice, and long-term care facilities. This conference, and our session in particular, give PBM compliance professionals critical exposure to the tactics and programs that will allow them to promote the right behaviors in these turbulent times,” said Co-CEO and Chief Servant Nick Gallo.
The Pharmacy Benefit Compliance Congress will provide education and context to allow compliance professionals to:
- Better understand the impact of current pharmacy benefit legislation changes;
- Explore how individual states are attempting to regulate PBMs;
- Prepare for potential changes in drug manufacturer rebates and “safe harbor” status and the impact to Medicare Advantage Plans from a compliance perspective;
- Enhance business operations by incorporating grievance data into quality improvement efforts;
- Uncover strategies for combating drug diversion and the opioid epidemic;
- Assess challenges to real time pharmacy benefit checks;
- Consider the benefits of integrating pharmacy and medical data to the payer and the member.
For a complimentary compliance reporting review, or to request a copy of the presentation please contact email@example.com or visit http://www.complianceline.com/contact-us/.
More information on the conference can be found at http://www.cbinet.com/pbmcompliance.
For over 20 years ComplianceLine has been the premier provider of ethics and compliance solutions by putting clients first and prioritizing their needs through selfless service. ComplianceLine’s continuous improvement culture and