Development of drug monographs is a key responsibility for pharmacists at managed care organizations. Monographs set forth recommendations based upon comparative effectiveness, value, clinical evidence, cost-effectiveness and more. Learn about the components of an effective monograph, and how P&T Committees utilize these essential documents.

This webinar will be informative for all attendees, but AMCP Foundation and the AMCP Student Pharmacist Committee particularly encourage attendance by team members, student chapter leaders, and advisors involved with the P&T Competition. As participants in the AMCP Foundation Annual National Student Pharmacist P&T Competition know, team assignments always include the preparation of a monograph for the study drug. We will also host a brief discussion about best practices for local P&T Competitions in light of COVID-19.

Moderator:

Paula J. Eichenbrenner, MBA, CAE
Executive Director
AMCP Foundation

Faculty:

Elizabeth Sampsel, PharmD, MBA, BCPS
Clinical Program Manager
MedImpact
AMCP Diplomat, Xavier University

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