AMCP Webinar Archives

Webinar Archives 

AMCP is dedicated to bringing AMCP members information on the hottest topics and being a leader in formulating the policies and procedures that are important to managed care pharmacy and health care today. Many of the webinars are for AMCP Members Only so you will be asked to login when you go to view the webinar. If you are interested in sponsoring a webinar or hosting a Science & Innovation Theater (SIT) Webinar, click here. 


Latest AMCP Webinar Recordings

These webinar recordings are designed to provide you information on managed
care pharmacy's hottest topics. Webinar recordings are free to AMCP members.

Building the Foundation for Patient-Reported Outcomes—Infrastructure and Methodologies – Proceedings from the AMCP Partnership Forum
Recording from June 11, 2019 

Trends in Health Care: Artificial Intelligence and Tech
Recording from May 29, 2019 


ClickHereCE Hot Topics

This section includes recordings that offer continuing education for pharmacists, nurses and physicians and offerings in the new AMCP Learn, our newest learning
and CE management platform.

  • Biosimilars
  • Pipeline Info
  • Education Sessions from Live AMCP Meetings
  • PCSK9 Inhibitors (Prime & AMCP)
  • Pulmonary Fibrosis (Prime & AMCP)


ClickHereAMCP Webinar Hot Topics

AMCP Webinar JpegThese are AMCP lead webinars, including content,
presented as a member resource and/or informational benefit or insight gathering to determine member
consensus on hot topic issues, such as:

  • Pain Management & Opioid Addiction
  • ePA
  • Specialty Pharmacy
  • Biosimilars
  • Medicare Part D
  • Value Framework/eDossier
  • What is Managed Care/Interviewing

ClickHereSIT Webinar Hot Topics

Science & Innovation Theater WebinarThese are webinars that are sponsored, developed and presented by the sponsor. The content of these SIT Webinars and opinions expressed by the presenters are those of the sponsor or presenters and not of AMCP.
Hot topics include:

  • Hyperkalemia
  • Opioid Therapy
  • Pain Management
  • Hypertension
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Biosimilars
  • Adherence