Sponsored Webcast: How Drug Developers Can Navigate the Inflation Reduction Act (On-Demand)

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Sponsored Webcast: How Drug Developers Can Navigate the Inflation Reduction Act (On-Demand)
This is an on-demand recording from March 2023

The Inflation Reduction Act (enacted in August 2022) contains profound changes for the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, shifting responsibility for drug costs away from beneficiaries and onto plans and manufacturers. The law affects provider reimbursement, changes AMP and ASP calculations, and, perhaps most significantly, allows the federal government to negotiate prices for the first time—all of which present challenges to even the most experienced companies. Join our experts as we break down the Inflation Reduction Act, including how it will be implemented and who is most affected.

Registration Fees

$0 Member | $25 NonMember

Learning Objectives

  • Gain an understanding of the law’s components affecting the pharmaceutical industry and the implementation timeline.
  • Understand manufacturers’ new responsibilities.
  • Identify which drugs may be eligible for government price negotiation, and which will be exempt.

Audience Learning Level

Basic: Content is introductory in nature and requires no requisite knowledge or experience to grasp concepts and related exercises. Basic educational activities are meant to establish a foundation of knowledge and/or competence that will be expanded upon in practice or in higher level activities.

Who Should Attend?

Regulatory professionals looking to understand the Inflation Reduction Act


Caitlin Verrilli

Caitlin Verrilli

Caitlin Verrilli, MBA, is an Associate Director, US Access Strategy. She joined Certara in 2021 and brings experience from across the healthcare industry, including pricing and contracting, market access planning, value-based care, and advanced modelling skills.

Caitlin’s specialties include data presentation and visualization, Medicaid and Medicare policy and innovation, reimbursement strategies, multi-channel analytics, budget impact modeling, financial forecasting, and ROI metrics. She is also a trained workshop facilitator and CQI (continuous quality improvement) coach.

Maximillian Vargas

Maximillian Vargas

PhD MBA, is a Senior Director, US Access Strategy and Account Management within Certara’s Evidence and Access Group since 2012. He brings both scientific training and experience in healthcare product development that are important for evidence-based value and access strategies for pipeline and marketed products.

Leading a team of analysts and focusing on projects involving late stage, launch, and due diligence efforts, Max’ experience cuts across all major therapeutic areas and care settings with special emphasis on CV / metabolics, oncology, gene therapies, ophthalmology, GI, and dermatology. Max and team have designed successful pricing and contracting strategies for products at launch and throughout the life cycle. He also leads projects focusing on managed markets communications strategies.

Steve Sibley

Steve Sibley

Steve Sibley is the Vice President, Global Submissions and Submission Leadership. With a career spanning more than 30 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Steve has extensive experience across regulatory writing, consulting, and project leadership roles. He has successfully supported projects from discovery through approval and life cycle management, including holding significant roles in more than 75 submissions and, in several cases, leading the entire submission team, overseeing all documentation from Modules 1 through 5, publishing, and transmission to Regulatory authority.

Derek van Amerongen

Derek van Amerongen

Derek van Amerongen, MD, served for 20 years as Vice President and Medical Officer for Humana Health Plans of Ohio in Cincinnati. In this role, he oversaw the medical management and strategy for one of the nation’s most innovative health plans. Before joining Humana, Dr. van Amerongen was National Medical Director for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, responsible for working with Anthem’s national accounts, as well as creating and directing the company’s women’s health initiative. His experience also includes over six years as Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology for the Johns Hopkins Medical Services Corporation in Baltimore and as a faculty member in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

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