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amcp’s 2009 educational conference n october 7–9, 2009 henry b. gonzalez convention center n san antonio, tx 2009 AMCP Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase Contracts must be exhibitor ProsPectUs received no later than September 4, 2009 General Information/Policies for the 2009 aMcP Managed care PharMacy residency showcase Eligibility for Participation When and Where Is It? now in its 12th year, the aMcP Managed care Pharmacy the aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency showcase will residency showcase assists residency preceptors and residents be held Friday, october 9, 2009, from 3:15 pm to 6:00 pm foster relationships with prospective residency candidates and at the henry b. gonzalez convention center in san antonio, exchange valuable information about their managed care resi- texas, and is open to all registered attendees of aMcP’s 2009 dency programs. educational conference. Who Should Participate? What is the Cost? aMcP welcomes all managed care post-graduate residency or there is no exhibit table charge to participate in the 2009 fellowship programs’ participation in the showcase. aMcP Managed care residency showcase. however, the resi- dency program may incur shipping and/or handling charges for Who Will Be There? showcase displays and materials. these charges may include shipment to and from san antonio, drayage (handling) to and aMcP educational conference attendees comprise pharmacy from the convention center dock to the showcase and trans- and other health care professionals who manage and evalu- portation to and from the hotel and showcase. in addition, ate therapies, develop and manage networks, and work with each individual staffing the exhibit MUst pay his or her own medical managers and information specialists to improve the aMcP’s 2009 educational conference meeting registration, care of all individuals enrolled in managed care programs. housing and travel. the aMcP educational conference attracts one of the largest concentrations of student pharmacists interested in pursuing a space will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis as residency in managed care pharmacy. contracts are received for this unique annual event. Please care- fully review the rules and regulations found in this brochure. information on shipping, handling and table specifics will be sent with table confirmation. “ Residency Showcase has been a great venue The for interacting with residency candidates. The quality of individuals who attend the Showcase is excellent and it is our preferred setting for Contracts must be displaying our residency program. ” received no later than Annie Rakoczy, PharmD Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Clinical Programs HealthSpring, Inc. September 4, 2009 More Information/Policies for the 2009 aMcP Managed care PharMacy residency showcase Eligibility for Participation n all exhibit personnel must be registered for the aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. registration fees, travel and aMcP welcomes post-graduate residency or fellowship pro- housing are the responsibility of the individual and are not grams’ participation in the aMcP Managed care Pharmacy paid or reimbursed by aMcP. residency showcase. n electric service will not automatically be provided. Please Acceptance of Contract indicate on the showcase contract if you will need electric service for your display and/or laptop computer. The 2009 AMCP Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase contract must be received by September 4, n a maximum of one (1) table top display per residency 2009. once the contract is accepted by aMcP, it shall become program will be allowed. organizations that have multiple binding upon both aMcP and the showcase Participant with residency programs located at the same site may promote respect to space assigned and the use thereof and all other those programs using one (1) table top display. all table matters included in the contract and the showcase rules and space will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. regulations. aMcP reserves the right to reject any contract space is officially confirmed when a signed contract is that does not comply with the rules & regulations of the 2009 received and approved by aMcP. aMcP Managed care residency showcase. n onsite requests to exhibit at the 2009 aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency showcase are not allowed. in Exhibit Space and Assignment addition, at least one member of the exhibit personnel must be pre-registered for aMcP’s 2009 educational n aMcP will provide each residency Program one (1) 6’ x 2’ conference. all exhibit personnel must be registered for skirted table and two (2) chairs for the showcase. there aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. will be no pipe and drape booth spaces. only table top exhibits will be allowed. n Programs will be allowed to distribute educational, novelty, or commercial giveaway items of nominal value to atten- dees. computer demonstrations — limited to table top “ AMCP Managed Care Pharmacy The Residency Showcase is the perfect opportunity space — are permissible. for me, as my organization’s residency ashP/aMcP accredited residency programs will be pro- program coordinator, to spend focused time n vided a sign to signify that they are accredited. with student pharmacists really interested in a managed care pharmacy career. The Showcase setting is just the right size of exhibitor and attendees! ” Beth Brusig, PharmD Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Optima Health Plan General Information/Policies for the 2009 aMcP Managed care PharMacy residency showcase Shipment(s) Set-Up and Dismantling of Materials cont’d shipping information for transporting materials to and from dismantling and/or packing of materials is not permitted the showcase will be provided after aMcP receives a signed before 6:00 pm on Friday, october 9, 2009. all materials must contract. Please Note: if you plan to ship your display/materials be removed no later than 7:45 pm on Friday, october 9, 2009. to your hotel, booth personnel are responsible for transporting aMcP and the henry b. gonzalez convention center each the materials/display to and from the showcase at the henry reserve the right to remove materials and assess removal fees b. gonzalez convention center. to the Participant in the event these materials are not cleared in a timely manner. aMcP and the henry b. gonzalez convention residency programs will be responsible for all costs associated center each assume no obligation to undertake material with shipping and handling displays and materials to and from removal and assume no liability for any action in connection the 2009 aMcP Managed care residency showcase at aMcP’s herewith. 2009 educational conference. Staffing Set-Up and Dismantling of Materials all exhibits must be staffed during showcase hours by no more set-up for the 2009 aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency than three (3) people. it is strongly recommended that the fol- showcase is allowed Friday, october 9 from 1:30 pm–3:00 pm. lowing representatives participate: 1) a current or former resi- all table exhibits must be ready by 3:00 pm. after that time, no dent, 2) a residency director, and/or 3) a preceptor or instruc- set-up will be allowed without special permission from aMcP. tor. all exhibit personnel must be registered for the aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. Please see “registration” section below. Registration all exhibit personnel MUst be registered for aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. exhibit personnel must register in the “ invaluable forum for student/pharmacist An same manner as all other 2009 educational conference attend- ees and pay the appropriate fees. registration information is exchange to not only market your program found on aMcP’s website — www.amcp.org. all badges will be available for onsite pick-up only at the aMcP registration but advocate for managed care-specific desk during regularly scheduled aMcP’s 2009 educational post graduate opportunities conference registration hours. at least one member of the to an interested audience — exhibit personnel must be pre-registered. all at no exhibit fee to your program; Hotel Accommodations a win-win situation! ” exhibit personnel may secure housing at the time of conference registration via the aMcP website (www.amcp.org). exhibit Karen W. Lee, PharmD, BCPS Associate Director for Professiona Devekopment personnel must be registered for the aMcP’s 2009 educational University of Massachuseetts Medical School conference before attempting to reserve a hotel room. see Commonwealth Medicine – Clinical Pharmacy Services www.amcp.org for aMcP’s 2009 educational conference registration and housing forms. Please do not call aMcP or the hotels to make reservations for the conference. Please carefully review the hotel cancellation information on the housing form. Important! all housing reservations require a $249 room deposit. expenses associated with aMcP’s 2009 educational conference registra- tion, housing and travel are the responsibility of the showcase exhibit personnel and not paid/reimbursed by aMcP. Giveaway Distribution the aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency showcase Withdrawal participants will be allowed to distribute educational, novelty withdrawal by a residency Program will not be accepted or commercial giveaway items of nominal value to attendees. unless written notice of such withdrawal has been received no giveaways must reflect the professional nature of the later than September 11, 2009. showcase. Rules and Regulations for the 2009 aMcP Managed care PharMacy residency showcase Termination of Conference and Showcase — should the premises in which the areas (collectively, “claims”) during or subsequent to the period covered by the space alloca- aMcP’s 2009 educational conference is to be held become, in the sole judgment of aMcP, tion. each Participant expressly releases aMcP and the above named parties from any and all unfit for occupancy, or should the conference and showcase be materially interfered with by claims for any such injury, loss, or damage. reason of action of the elements, strike, picketing, boycott, embargo, injunction, war, riot, the residency Program assumes responsibility for its showcase personnel, employees, con- emergency declared by a government agency or any other act beyond the control of aMcP, tractors, agents and hereby agrees to protect, indemnify, defend and hold harmless aMcP, the application/contract may be terminated. aMcP will not incur any liability for damages the henry b. gonzalez convention center, the city of san antonio, and the san antonio sustained by Participant as a result of such termination. in the event of such termination, the convention and visitors bureau and their affiliated and subsidiary companies, and their respec- Participant expressly waives such liability and releases aMcP of and from all claims for dam- tive partners, directors, officers, employees, and agents (“the indemnities”) against all claims, ages and agrees that aMcP shall have no obligations. losses, and damages to persons or property, governmental charges, or fines and attorney’s fees arising out of or caused by claims. General Rules — all rights and privileges granted Participant hereunder are subject to and subordinated to a master lease between aMcP and the henry b. gonzalez convention center in addition, the Participant acknowledges that neither aMcP, the henry b. gonzalez and policies, rules, and regulations of said authority. this agreement provides a personal right convention center, nor any of the other indemnities maintain insurance covering Participant’s to Participant and creates no interest or estate in the henry b. gonzalez convention center property, nor are they responsible for obtaining insurance covering such losses. it is the sole or its equipment or facilities. responsibility and expense of the Participant to adequately insure their materials, equipment, goods and wares against theft, damage, loss or injury of any kind. Participant will comply with all applicable federal, state and municipal statutes, ordinances, regulations, rules, and requirements including, without limitation laws applicable to patents, Insurance — Participants must adequately insure their materials, equipment, goods and copyrights and trademarks and all rules and regulations of the henry b. gonzalez convention wares against theft, damage, loss or injury of any kind and must do so at their own expense; center. aMcP and the henry b. gonzalez convention center are not responsible for any loss (how- Participants will not mar, deface or otherwise damage any area or equipment of the henry b. soever caused) to any property of any Participant. Participants are solely responsible for their gonzalez convention center. Participant assumes all responsibility of its showcase personnel, own actions during aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. employees, contractors, servants, agents, and for all persons admitted to the showcase area associated with its table. Additions to Rules and Regulations — the rules and regulations of the showcase may be amended by aMcP and such amendments are hereby made an integral part of and Participants will not discriminate against any person on account of race, creed, color, sex, incorporated by reference into the contract and shall be deemed to have the identical effect religion, national origin or physical or mental disability. electrical or other mechanical apparatus as if set forth in full in the contract. must be muffled so noise does not interfere with others. all Participants are responsible for informing their own personnel and authorizing representa- exhibit table locations will be allocated at the sole and exclusive discretion of aMcP with tives of these rules and regulations. due regard to grouping of residency Programs and date upon which the contract is received and approved. the decision of aMcP with respect to allocation of exhibit table space will be final and binding. any activity within the showcase, including, without limitation, distribution of any literature or giveaways must conform to the educational and professional nature and character of the aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. Required Materials aMcP reserves the sole right to prohibit and require immediate cessation of any activity or distribution which, in aMcP’s sole discretion, is determined not to conform as aforesaid. Due to the educational purpose of the AMCP AMCP Logo — Participants are not permitted to use the aMcP logo, the name of aMcP, nor in any manner associate any activity with aMcP during aMcP’s 2009 educational Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase, conference. the following information must be available at Care of Space and Premises — the Participant shall take good care of his/her table your table: space, not deface or mar said premises, and will keep and maintain the aforesaid premises in good order at all times. decorations may not be used. distribution of food and beverages by n clearly stated residency goals and objectives the Participant at the showcase is prohibited. n residency site(s) Safety — no combustible decoration, such as crepe paper, tissue paper, cardboard, or cor- rugated paper shall be used at any time. all packing containers, excelsior and wrapping paper n Key dates for residency program (application dates, beginning are to be removed from the floor and must not be visible. and ending dates, etc.) all muslin, velvet, silken or any other cloth must stand a flameproof test as prescribed by the fire ordinance of san antonio, texas. n general information about stipends, benefits, etc. volatile, explosive or other flammable matter or any substances prohibited by the law or insur- ance carriers are not permitted on premises. n description of academic and professional affiliations all electrical equipment must meet applicable national electrical codes and convention center requirements. electrical fixtures and fittings must be Ul listed and so marked. access to public n list of faculty and/or instructors with contact information elevators and escalators must not be blocked at any time. Utility panels, switchgear, fire hose cabinets, stand pipes, and fire extinguishers must remain Giveaway Distribution visible and accessible at all times. nothing may block exit doors, fire extinguishing equipment, see previous page for details. sprinklers, or emergency lighting systems. Participants may not use helium balloons, compressed gas, heaters, or heating devices, or motorized vehicles of any kind. Definitions — For purposes of the rules and regulations, the following terms have the Limitation of Liability — aMcP, the management of the henry b. gonzalez convention following meaning: center, the city of san antonio, and the san antonio convention and visitors bureau, and the • “2009 AMCP Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase” includes and means officers, directors, members, agents, employees, contractors and assigns of any of the afore- “showcase.” said parties shall not be liable or responsible for, and shall be held harmless from claims for any • “2009 AMCP Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase Exhibitor” includes and means loss, damage, death or injury whatsoever or however arising, which may occur to a Participant “Participant,” “residency Program,” “exhibit Personnel” and/or “exhibitor.” or to his/her agents, employees, guests, the public, and all others or to the property or wares of the Participant arising out of or caused by Participants’ installation, removal, maintenance, • “AMCP” includes and means the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, and its directors, occupancy, or use of the program’s premises or part thereof, including any outside program officers, employees, agents, members, and contractors. amcp’s 2009 educational conference n october 7–9, 2009 henry b. gonzalez convention center n san antonio, tx Contract for the 2009 aMcP Managed care PharMacy residency showcase Please print or type. n DEADLINE n RESIDENCY PROGRAM NAME return this contract by september 4, 2009: amcp i attn: sarah Vizcaino 100 north pitt st i suite 400 alexandria, Va 22314 as you want it to appear in the program tel 800/827-2627 i fax 703/683-8417 we hereby make application for table exhibit space(s) as indicated below for use during the 2009 aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency showcase held at the n PROGRAM DESCRIPTION aMcP’s 2009 educational conference on Friday, october 9, 2009, to be held at a 200 word description of the residency Program the henry b. gonzalez convention center in san antonio, texas. the terms of this is required. Please email the description to aMcP, contract cannot be waived except in writing signed by aMcP. c/o sarah vizcaino at firstname.lastname@example.org so that it is received no later than september 8, 2009. n ALL MATERIALS/CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO THE RESIDENCY SHOWCASE SHOULD BE SENT TO (please print) n EXHIBIT MATERIALS i/we understand aMcP will provide each residency name Program one (1) 6’ x 2’ skirted table and two (2) chairs for the showcase. there will be no pipe and title drape booth spaces. only table top exhibits will be allowed. Programs will be allowed to distribute company/organization name educational, novelty, or commercial giveaway items of nominal value to attendees. computer address demonstrations — limited to table top space — are permissible. ashP/aMcP accredited residency city state zip code programs will be provided a sign to signify that they are accredited. telephone fax e-mail address n ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS important! all information regarding the residency showcase will be sent via email! m i/we will require an electric source (regular 110v) for the display and/or laptop computer. n TABLE REPRESENTATIVE(S) the following individuals will staff the exhibit. no more than three representatives m i/we will not require an electric source. are allowed. all representatives must be registered for aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. registration is accepted online at www.amcp.org. FOR AMCP USE name m application received: name m table # assigned: m Meeting registration confirmed: name Space Assignment and Representative Registration — i/we understand that space is limited and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. i/we understand that all representatives must be registered for aMcP’s 2009 educational conference. costs associated with registration, housing, and travel are the responsibility of the individual and not paid/reimbursed by aMcP. aMcP’s 2009 educational conference registration and housing forms and informa- tion may be found at www.amcp.org. i/we agree to comply with the other terms and conditions of this contract as set forth in rules and regulations for the 2009 aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency showcase in this Prospectus. we agree to abide by the withdrawal clause set forth in rules and regulations for the 2009 aMcP Managed care Pharmacy residency showcase in this Prospectus. we further agree that if, in the judgment of aMcP, it becomes necessary to change the original allocation of space, aMcP may do so by notification to the authorized representative. we understand that, upon acceptance by aMcP, a contract consisting of this applica- tion, all items incorporated by reference herein, and the space assignment will be in full force and effect. acceptance of this contract will be acknowledged in a separate written letter sent to the primary contact listed on this form from aMcP. authorized signature date About Pharmacy Residency Program About AMCP Accreditation the academy of Managed care Pharmacy (aMcP) is a national aMcP and the american society of health-system Pharmacists professional association of pharmacists and other health care (ashP) entered a partnership in april 1999 to accredit resi- practitioners who serve society by the application of sound dency programs in managed care pharmacy. this partnership medication management principles and strategies to improve draws upon the managed care expertise of aMcP’s member- health care for all. the academy’s 5,700 members develop ship and ashP’s more than 40 years of experience in accredit- and provide a diversified range of clinical, educational and ing pharmacy residency programs. as part of this joint effort, business management services and strategies on behalf of the the boards of these two organizations jointly approved an more than 200 million americans covered by a managed care accreditation standard for a first postgraduate year residency pharmacy benefit. More news and information about aMcP program. the standard is titled accreditation standard for can be obtained on its website at www.amcp.org. Postgraduate year one (Pgy1) Managed care Pharmacy residency Programs. the standard establishes criteria for sys- Questions About the AMCP Managed Care tematic training of pharmacists for the purpose of achieving Pharmacy Residency Showcase? professional competence in the delivery of patient-centered care and in pharmacy operational services in managed care contact sarah vizcaino at email@example.com. settings. accompanying the standard, is a set of required and elective outcomes, goals and objectives which delineate the expected knowledge, skills and experience that a resident should attain upon successful completion of the residency pro- gram. aMcP encourages managed care pharmacy residency program directors to seek accreditation. aMcP and ashP joint accreditation efforts challenge the profession to work to pro- vide residency programs in managed care pharmacy that are of the highest quality. For details, please visit aMcP’s website at www.amcp.org or ashP’s website at www.ashp.org. Contracts must be received no later than September 4, 2009 100 north Pitt street i suite 400 i alexandria, va 22314 800 827 2627 i 703 683 8416 i Fax 703 683 8417 i www.amcp.org What Does AMCP’s 2009 Educational Conference Have to Offer? n More than 2,500 of the most prominent thought leaders in managed care pharmacy; n interactive roundtable discussions on medication adherence, generic availability, Medicare Part d claims and more; n thought-provoking general sessions designed to inspire and captivate; n More than 30 innovative educational programs focusing on the topics important to you; n Updates on today’s pharmaceutical pipeline; n access to more than 40 companies bringing you the latest drug therapies, technologies, innovations and services at the Managed care industry Forum; n and much more! We look forward to your participation!