ASAP 2013 Midyear Conference

The American Society for Automation in Pharmacy (ASAP) returned to Louisville, Ky., this June for its midyear conference. The CE-approved speaker program provided the core of the event, while attendees also took time to network during the breaks and receptions, and at a popular lunch at Churchill Downs. Presentations are available for download by visiting

For a slide show of attendees, click on any of the thumbnails below.

Speaker Marsha Millonig from Catalyst Enterprises brought attendees up to speed on new developments in pharmacy and patient data flows.Seen here during a break are, from left, Speed Scripts’ Chuck Welch, Health Market Science’s Brian Eidex, and Marty Spellman from HBS.Representing the American Pharmacy Alliance were John Hobson, left, and Karl Steele, who are seen here with ASAP President Tammy Devine from QS/1.Wolters Kluwer Health’s Paul Johnson, left, with speaker Tim Kosty from Pittsburgh-based Pharmacy Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Kosty provided an update on federal pricing metrics, including AMP, NADAC, and NARP.
From left, Computer-Rx’s Roger Warkentine is seen here with Bob Jones and Steve Kennedy from AmerisourceBergen.Fred Floyd, center, and Dan Sarrels, both from Costco, checked in with speaker Paul Hooper, left, from Emdeon. Hooper’s topic was what ICD-10 will mean for pharmacy.Speaker Donna Bohannon, left, from USP and Tina Goodman from Weno Exchange. Bohannon spoke on the prescription container labeling standards outlined in USP’s General Chapter 17.Brent Runkle, left, from Healthland is seen here in conversation with Stuart Kersky from AmerisourceBergen’s consulting division, Pharmacy Healthcare Solutions. Kersky discussed ambulatory pharmacy concierge services, including bedside delivery.
Mike Nelson from PharmBlue gave attendees a look inside his busy 340B pharmacy.Epicor’s Bruce Kneeland, left, is shown here with Tri State Distribution’s Roy Shipp.The National Community Pharmacists Association’s Patrick Berryman, left, with speaker Mark Wayne from ANXeBusiness. Wayne detailed the importance of PCI compliance and the serious risks posed to pharmacies by breaches of credit-card data.Seen here at a reception are, from left, Brent Tremblay, Brooke Hopkins, and Patrick Harris from RelayHealth.

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April 25, 2013
American Society for Automation

May 8-10, 2013
National Community Pharmacists’ Association

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