Annual Meeting and Educational Conference
SEPTEMBER 24-26, 2018
WASHINGTON, DC
 
  • > AGENDA
  • > FACULTY
  • > HOME INFUSION PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
  • > CSP PREP COURSE
  • > ABSTRACTS
  • > CONTINUING EDUCATION
  • > WOMEN IN SPECIALTY PHARMACY
  • > NASP MEMBER
  • > GENERAL (NON-MEMBER)
  • > NASP STUDENT
  • > GENERAL STUDENT
    (NON-MEMBER)
  • > PHARMACY TECHNICIANS
  • > ADD-ON REGISTRATION
  • 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.


    Faculty

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    For registration assistance, please email info@naspmeeting.com, or call +1 (888) 949-2964 between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm US EDT.
    Early Bird Registration ends Friday, June 1, 2018 at 6:00pm EDT

    Bill Noyes

    Vice President of Health Information Policy
    National Home Infusion Association (NHIA)

    Bill Noyes is vice president of health information policy for the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA), where he focuses on reimbursement and regulatory issues that affect providers' abilities to do business and collect payment for their services. He serves as the NHIA staff liaison to the Medicare Contractor Advisory Committee, which advocates for NHIA members on Medicare Part B contractors' issues, and the Payer Advocacy and Relations Committee, which advocates on reimbursement and coverage issues with private and government payers. Prior to joining NHIA, he spent 20 years working for a regional home infusion provider, with a focus on operations and finance.