National Association of Specialty Pharmacy is thrilled to welcome subject matter experts from the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) to provide our Annual Meeting attendees with a unique opportunity to learn more about the regulatory, legal, operational, and clinical complexities of the home infusion industry. With so many shared challenges and opportunities between specialty pharmacy and home infusion, we are excited to offer this valuable program as an expansion of our educational offerings.
This 1-day workshop includes a robust agenda and features renowned health care experts who will discuss pressing issues faced by home infusion care providers. Attendees will gain insight into commercial reimbursement, challenges with Medicare and Medicaid, referral flow, staffing roles, compliance, patient oversight, and government affairs. Additionally, presenters will discuss business development methods and strategies. The event also includes a networking reception.
Ashlan Oberholtzer, MS, RD, LD, is the senior director of business development at the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA). He has over 8 years of home infusion business development, leadership, and clinical nutrition experience and more than 12 years of sales and marketing experience. At NHIA, Ashlan spearheads business development strategy by building partnerships with suppliers, focusing on developing individualized business promotion strategies to market their organizations within the home infusion industry. In addition, he focuses on membership growth, sponsorship sales, and promoting awareness of the home infusion industry.
In addition to his work at NHIA, Oberholtzer is a part-time faculty member at the University of Southern Maine School of Nursing and serves on the University of Maine Didactic Program in Dietetics Advisory Board. He most recently served as the director of business development for a large regional home infusion provider in New England. Prior to joining NHIA, he served on the NHIA education committee and participated in several NHIA annual conferences. He holds associate's and bachelor's degrees from Johnson and Wales University, a master's degree from the University of Maine Graduate School, and is a registered licensed dietitian.