Experts from Trinity Partners Share Key Industry Insights at AMCP Nexus 2016 Conference

Trinity Partners, today announced that several of its experts are presenting on timely issues related to managed care at the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Nexus 2016 conference being held October 3rd – 6th in National Harbor, MD.
As in years past, the AMCP conference will provide managed care pharmacy professionals with insights and tools to find solutions for some of the toughest problems they face in improving outcomes and population health and reducing health care spending.
Experts from Trinity look forward to presenting a poster based on research conducted in collaboration with a local biotech company aimed at identifying patients with a rare condition in claims data. Findings center around an algorithm that differentiates patients truly afflicted with a rare condition from those that were miscoded or misdiagnosed.

A second poster, titled “The Compounding Effect of Alzheimer’s Disease on the Costs of Medicare Beneficiaries with Comorbidities” will also be presented by Trinity representatives. This poster reports on an analysis measuring the extent to which the presence of Alzheimer’s Disease exacerbates the cost of other comorbid conditions among Medicare patients.

“As the healthcare market continues to evolve, it is crucial that we have an understanding of the economic impact that various disorders have on patients and our healthcare system,” said Jillian Godfrey Scaife: Principal at Trinity Partners. “We look forward to sharing these findings with our peers, as together we look to resolve some of the challenges and issues related to the costs of healthcare.”
For more information, please visit http://www.trinitypartners.com/.

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