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support your Medicaid book of business

“The ARTIA App is best in its class. The app’s ease of navigation, combined with its customizable option to view priority states and agendas with the click of a button, makes this app a must-have for all account managers.”

About

Join the Artia Solutions clinical team for a complimentary, hands-on session detailing our Medicaid monitoring services, including the Artia App, the Artia Atlas, and more. For both clients and non-clients. Box lunches will be provided.

Fee: Free!
Select “yes” on the Artia Advantage question when registering for Crossroads. If you’re already registered and would like to attend, please contact us.
Why Attend

Whether you’re a longstanding client of Artia Solutions, or you’re just starting to learn about us, we’re here to show you how to make the most of our monitoring technology. We’ll demonstrate live demos, set up new users, reveal updates, and more.

When & Where

Monday, June 8, 2020
12:00-1:00 p.m.
Location: JW Marriott, Symphony Ballroom AB

Greg Kitchens - Vice President, Clinical & Technology Services Artia Solutions

Greg Kitchens, PHARMD

Chief Information Officer, Senior Partner
Artia Solutions

Greg joined Artia in 2007, and he provides critical clinical resources and account management for Artia clients. Resources managed by Greg include a client specific P&T/DUR calendar mobile app, Artia Alert emails, the Artia App and the Artia Atlas. Other expertise includes P&T and DUR requirements and policies and the state PDL coverage process. Additionally, Greg provides clinical insight and research for product launches, state prior authorization issues, and he makes clinical presentations to P&T committees and key Medicaid decision makers. Read More…

Mary Stoots , PHARMD Clinical Technology Analyst Artia Solutions

Mary Stoots, PHARMD

Director, Clinical Technology
Artia Solutions

Mary joined Artia in 2015 and is responsible for clinical and PDL research. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and earned a PharmD from Samford University in 2014. Mary recently completed a PGY1 residency at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala., and is a practicing clinical pharmacist.

With experience in retail pharmacy, clinical practice and drug information research, Mary is interested in infectious disease, evidence based medicine, and patient centered care. She is a member of ASHP.
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