The 340B Program Handbook: Integrating 340B into the Health-System Pharmacy Supply Chain is the comprehensive guide for pharmacy leaders, hospital administrators, legal counsel, and pharmacy managers. Developed by Andrew L. Wilson, PharmD, FASHP, this practical, clear-cut reference provides the most up-to-date information needed to implement and keep a high-performing program running well.
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Untangle New Requirements and Strengthen Your 340B Drug Program
The 340B Program Handbook: Integrating 340B into the Health-System Pharmacy Supply Chain is the comprehensive guide for pharmacy leaders, chief financial officers, business managers, supply chain professionals, and compliance officers.
Developed by Andrew L. Wilson, PharmD, FASHP, this practical, clear-cut reference provides the most up-to-date information needed to implement and maintain an effective contemporary supply chain, including:
Complying with 340B requirements
Maintaining technical supply chain efficiency
Meeting effectiveness goals
Achieving heath-system financial objectives
Andrew L. Wilson, PharmD, FASHP
Andrew L. Wilson is currently Managing Consultant with McKesson Health Systems Pharmacy Optimization Group. Dr. Wilson has served as the Chief Pharmacy Officer of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD, and as the Health System Director of Pharmacy and Associate Dean of the School of Pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. He received his BSc Pharm from the University of Connecticut in 1976 and his PharmD from Wayne State University in 1978.
Dr. Wilson’s interests are in the area of health-system pharmacy financial and operational management and benchmarking, and in healthcare information systems and automation. Dr. Wilson is the author of over 60 articles, chapters, reports, letters, and editorials in the medical and pharmacy literature, and has edited three pharmacy management books in addition to his editorship of Financial Management for Health-System Pharmacists.