The Hudson Headwaters 340B team is excited to continue educating covered entities and their networks on the value of effective 340B program implementation and operation. As an auditor, third party administrator, and wholly owned subsidiary of a participating covered entity, the Hudson 340B team provides a unique perspective to the regional and national events that we present at each year. This week our team members are excited to be participating in a new webinar series opportunity with Texas A & M University and the Center for Optimizing Rural Health(CORH) in their ECHO webinar series. James Donnelly, President, and Barbara Zanoni, Business Analyst will be delivering a presentation titled “340B from A-Z: Tips for a Successful Program”.
The presentation will take listeners down a path of 340B that starts with understanding the program and reviewing the basics of 340B and discussing organizations that are key players. Presenters will then provide an overview of how to participate “in the program by sharing the importance of feasibility and optimization before diving into the specifics of the registration process. The third major topic is focused on managing your 340B program and the key compliance concerns and considerations that every entity should consider. Jim will conclude with a timely update on the current environment of 340B and manufacturer updates.
Learn more about our presenters:
- James Donnelly has been active in 340B program implementation and optimization for over 18 years, being a leader in the early Hudson Headwaters Health Network Program. He now serves as President of Hudson Headwaters 340B as the company expands to meet client needs nationwide. Jim was formerly a faculty member for Apexus university and continues to be an educational resource speaking at national conferences like the NACHC FOM/IT, and 340B Coalition Events.
- Barbara Zanoni is a Business Analyst for Hudson Headwaters 340B. Through her time on the Hudson 340B team, Barbara has maintained a portfolio of TPA clients representing covered entities across the country and participated as an on-site auditor to perform mock HRSA independent audits. Barbara has attended a variety of national conferences, as well as presented at the 340B Coalition Winter Conference, as well as CHCANYS.
Hudson Headwaters 340B continues to provide educational resources and webinars to clients, organizations, and conferences through the virtual setting. If you have an audience that is interested in gaining firsthand 340B knowledge from our experienced team members please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!