We have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below. We will continue to add additional FAQs as more information becomes available.

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A: ACPE Credits: The 340B Coalition Summer '24 Conference ACPE credit is jointly provided by the South Carolina Pharmacy Association (SCPhA) and 340B Health. The South Carolina Pharmacy Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Pharmacy Continuing Education
SCPhA designates this continuing education activity for 15 contact hour(s) (15 CEUs) of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

ACHE Credits: By attending the 2024 340B Coalition Summer Conference offered by 340B Health, participants may earn up to 12.25 ACHE Qualified Education hours toward initial certification or recertification of the Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) designation. Attendees must self-report the sessions, dates, and times directly to ACHE for credit.
A: No, the 340B Coalition does not sell registration information to third parties for any of our events. Any emails you receive trying to sell you access to 340B Coalition conference registration lists are fraudulent.  We recommend that you do not respond to these fraudulent emails, simply delete the email.

Some attendee data is shared with exhibitors of the event. For additional information on what data is shared, please see next FAQ about sharing information with exhibitors.
A: The 340B Coalition shares limited attendee registration information with it's exhibitors. This includes name, job title, organization, city and state. This is the same information available to all attendees in the Connect section of the mobile app. Attendees will have the option to add additional contact data in their profile should they choose to.

During registration, attendees will have the option to select whether the 340B Coalition can share additional contact information with exhibitors of the event. If you select yes, you may receive promotional emails from the exhibitors relating to the event. This is optional and you must opt-in.
A: Attendees should review our event policies  for more information about registration and code of conduct requirements.
A: Yes. While many of the sessions are open to all attendees, other sessions indicating a group number on the agenda are limited to the respective covered entity, industry, or government group(s). Session restrictions are strictly enforced. Conference staff reviews the stakeholder group for all attendees and may change what an attendee originally selected as their group to match their company type. For example, if you work for a consulting firm and selected Group 1: Community Health Centers, your group will have been changed to Group 10: Pharmacy Related Firms and Other Businesses.

Note: Industry representatives are not allowed to attend on behalf of a covered entity.

These restrictions are in place to allow attendees to freely communicate with like attendees without feeling restricted by the presence of outside groups with whom they might feel uncomfortable discussing the subject matter with.

Please see the agenda for more information on group numbers and which sessions are restricted.
A. The 340B Coalition Conference uses session tracks to group sessions based on four themes. Track 1 centers on 340B Operations & Compliance topics, Track 2 sessions are Hot Topics right now in the 340B space, Track 3 focuses on Clinical Applications supported by 340B, and Track 4 is for Special Interests for particular audiences.
A. Attendees can absolutely switch session tracks throughout conference! Attendees can attend any session they wish as long as the attendees’ registration stakeholder group can attend based on the session’s restrictions as outlined in the conference agenda.
Session content will cover a variety of 340B topics. Conference sessions will provide insight on recent and anticipated 340B-related developments, guidance on day-to-day operations and compliance issues, and discussions of 340B best practices. The conference will also feature sessions with the latest on 340B activity in Washington, federal courts, and statehouses across the country. To view a schedule of sessions complete with descriptions and learning objectives, please view the agenda.
A. Most sessions are designed for attendees of all learning levels. There are some exceptions such as the Introduction to 340B pre-conference workshop series, which is designed for beginners to 340B.
A. The conference will not be recording sessions, but selected presentation slides will be available to view via the conference app (restrictions apply, login required).
A. Attendees will be able to take notes in the conference mobile app (login required). Presentations are also posted in the mobile app and can be downloaded and printed as 3 slides per page with notes. Additionally, feel free to bring your own notebook. Please note that attendees are not permitted to record sessions.
A. While the 340B Coalition Conference Planning Team cannot guarantee that slides will be available before presentations, we expect most will be.
A. Discounted blocks of rooms have been reserved at the Gaylord National Hotel for conference attendees. Attendees must register for conference before they can receive the link to book their room. Details on how to make their reservation will be emailed to attendees after they register. For more details, please visit our Hotel Information page.