Upcoming Healthcare Webinars


We host a number of webinars on the topics our clients care about in the healthcare industry, in addition to live product demonstrations, periodically throughout the year. Below you can see all of our upcoming webinars/demos and have the ability to save your spot for those you'd like to attend.


DSCSA Ownership Requirements from Manufacturers to Dispensers
March 26, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET

HHS-Office of Inspector General (OIG) just published the 3rd study on DSCSA at the end of February: “Ownership—But Not Physical Movement of Selected Drugs Can Be Traced Through the Supply Chain”. This report summarizes their findings for tracing high-risk drug products from pharmacy dispensers back to manufacturers. Join the Inmar Intelligence team for a 45-minute webinar reviewing the  OIG’s latest report on ownership tracing and their potential impact on your operations. Attendees of this webinar will be presented an overview of the requirements and the OIG’s recommendation for DSCSA including future legislation.


Rx Reimbursements: Trends to Watch in 2020
April 16, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET

Please join Chris Smith, R.Ph, Inmar’s Director, Product Strategy - Provider Solutions, for this hour-long program exploring the state of pharmacy reimbursement through the first quarter of 2020. Chris will present a full picture of current pharmacy economics including:

  • Trends in prescription volume and revenues per Rx
  • Key activity among the Top 5 PBMs 
  • Status of Medicare Part D payments and effective rates
  • AWP and acquisition cost trends

It’s an hour of your time that could make a difference in your pharmacy operations for the entire year.




Calculating ROI on Pharmacy Projects
April 30, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET

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DSCSA / USP <800> Demo

  • March 25, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET
  • April 8, 2020 2:00 PM ET
  • April 22, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET

Modern-day pharmacy operations require organizations to comply with many different regulations.  As of December 1st, USP<800> Managing Hazardous Drugs in A Healthcare Settings went into effect which requires healthcare facilities to identify and assess the risk of hazardous drugs (HD) and their potential impact on healthcare workers exposed to HDs.  Additionally, current requirements are in effect for healthcare facilities to comply with the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) including the requirement for tracing the full transaction history of every medication that passes through your pharmacy.  Achieving compliance is only getting more urgent and failure to comply is not an option. But fully aligning pharmacy operations with the requirements of these regulations can be done efficiently. Join us for a half-hour webinar, and learn how you can achieve and maintain compliance while saving time and protecting your facility, patients and staff.

Use the link below to register and choose the time that works best for your schedule.