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2022/10/18 12:00:00

340B Grantees Conference

October 18-19, 2022
Westin Denver Downtown
Denver, CO

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Join us at the beautiful Westin Denver Downtown for the first 340B Grantees Conference, immediately following the NWRPCA CHAMPS conference. Enjoy Fall in the Denver mountains as we take a deep dive into key challenges that grantees face every day.

Key Conference Partners

Stay tuned for time-based agenda and speakers.

Key sessions and roundtables will include:

Day 1: October 18, 2022

  • Registration
  • Opening Plenary
    • Introduction to hosting agencies
    • Introduction to Key Sponsors
    • Legislative Updates
  • Exhibitor Hall Opens
  • At-Large Sessions
  • CE-Specific Breakouts
  • Cocktail Reception
  • Vendor Event(s)


Day 2: October 19, 2022

  • Breakfast in Exhibitor Hall
  • CE-Specific Breakouts
    • Compliance
    • Audits
    • Clinical Focus on STD & HIV/AIDS
    • Legislative & Legal
    • Manufacturer Requirements/Restrictions
    • Discriminatory Reimbursement
    • TPA/Contract Pharmacy Relations
    • Program Income
    • Advocacy
  • Vendor Event(s)


Day 3: October 21, 2022 (optional)

  • Vendor Hosted Breakfast Meetings (invitation only)
  • Agency Meetings (planned externally)

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Presenting Conference Sponsor ($15,000):
Maximum of 1 Presenting Sponsor

  • Logo and Video/Ad on Event Page
  • Full page in conference booklet
  • 10 Minute Presentation during Opening Plenary
  • Host of Welcome Cocktail Reception Day 1 (cost included in sponsorship rate)
  • Video/Ad in Conference Welcome Email
  • Logo on Event Welcome Bag
  • Up to 3 items included in welcome bag
  • Logo on Conference Booklet Cover
  • Exclusive Sponsor Demo Time Slot
  • Advertised Event for Attendees (optional)
  • Central Exhibitor Booth (or choice of booth location)
  • 6 Conference Registrations

Champion Level Sponsor ($10,000):
Maximum of 3 Gold Level Sponsors

  • Logo on Event Page
  • Logo on Sponsors page in conference booklet
  • Shared page in conference booklet with company description and photo/logo
  • Sponsored meal with presentation (based on submission date) (cost included in sponsorship rate)
  • Advertised Event for Attendees (optional)
  • Shared Sponsor Demo Time Slot
  • Preferred Exhibitor Booth included (based on submission date)
  • 4 Conference Registrations

Advocate Level Sponsor ($5,000):
Maximum of 5 Silver Level Sponsors

  • Shared page in conference booklet with company description and photo/logo
  • Advertised Event for Attendees (optional)
  • Logo on Event Paged
  • Exhibitor Booth Included
  • 3 Conference Registrations

Exhibitor Booth Only

  • Single ($1,500)
  • Double ($2,000)
  • Triple ($2,500)

Conference Sponsorships include a single exhibitor booth. Booths are also available independently of sponsorships. Exhibitor Booths will be a traditional mezzanine layout, adjacent to meeting rooms. Each single station is 10’x10′ with a 6-foot table.

Exhibitor Booths include 2 conference registrations. Additional registrations are available at $395 each.


  • Additional Registrations available for $395 each
  • Invoices will be sent following confirmation and agreement. 

Interested in presenting or speaking at the 340B Grantees Conference? Fill out the form below.

Arrival/Departure Recommendations

Plan to arrive in Denver on or before October 18, 2022 at noon. Conference Programming will continue through the evening of October 19, 2022 and October 20th departure is recommended.


Hotel Information

Westin Denver Downtown

A limited, discounted room block is available for conference attendees, based on registration date.
Room block is reserved based on registration date. Reservation link will be emailed after completing registration.


Westin Denver Downtown View

Conference Archives

RWC-340B held its second national conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida – the epicenter of the domestic AIDS epidemic – on January 6-7, 2020. We were especially honored that Jeanne White-Ginder, Ryan White’s mother, was our Keynote Speaker. Her remarks were a stirring reminder of the origins of the Ryan White law and why our clinics fight every day to end the epidemic. This gathering of the nation’s top HIV/AIDS focused providers featured local and national leaders who spoke about the unique challenges facing Ryan White clinics, sexually transmitted disease clinics, federally qualified health centers and other grantees and sub-grantees dedicated to caring for people living with HIV/AIDS.  Underscoring the entire conference is the fact that with 340B savings, Ryan White clinics are able to stretch their grant funds, offer a wider range of services, and improve the quality of care persons living with HIV/AIDS receive.

Key sessions included:  Regulatory and Legislative Update, Clinical Focus on STD & HIV/AIDS, Contract Pharmacy, Program Income, Discriminatory Reimbursement, Audits, and Peer-to-Peer Coaching.

On August 1, 2019, RWC-340B and Cempa Community Care (“Cempa”) hosted the inaugural Ryan White Clinics for 340B Access National Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  This day-long conference brought together local and national 340B advocates and experts to share best practices and discuss important 340B program administrative and regulatory updates.

The conference opened with short introductions from keynote speakers, including Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke, Tennessee State Rep. Patsy Hazlewood, Ryan White clinic advocate Matthew Nevels, and was moderated by Shannon Stephenson, CEO of Cempa and President of RWC-340B.  Bill von Oehsen, one of the initial authors of the 340B statute, provided a brief overview of the 340B program and how the program has changed since it was implemented in 1992.  The conference then featured five different panel discussions, starting with a 340B program update from Principals at Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville, the nation’s leading 340B law firm.  This session provided attendees with a comprehensive update of the political, regulatory and judicial landscape related to 340B, including insider news and predictions about 340B actions within Congress, federal agencies, and the Administration.

Health care professionals from Cempa and CAN Community Health also participated on a panel, focusing specifically on best practices in the clinical setting.  The panelists shared real-life examples of how their Ryan White clinics use 340B savings to support the full continuum of care their patients need which, in turn, has enabled the clinics to suppress their patients’ viral loads and ultimately to stop the spread of the disease.  Panelists also discussed the unique and evolving challenges of caring for the HIV population and how Ryan White clinics have had to adopt creative strategies to meet the clinical, social, educational and financial needs of their patients.

The conference also featured panel sessions focused on specific policy topics such as 340B contract pharmacy compliance and program income, as well as third party payer and PBM discriminatory reimbursement practices and the different strategies available to Ryan White clinics for combating such practices.  Throughout the entire conference, panelists spoke about ongoing advocacy efforts to protect the 340B program, on both the state and federal level, and highlighted RWC-340B’s health care professional sign-on letter as an additional way that members and friends can show support for the 340B program.  The conference closed out with a round table discussion on program income and provided attendees the opportunity to ask the experts questions regarding what constitutes program income and the appropriate uses of program income.

The RWC-340B National Conference provided attendees with an invaluable opportunity to get together in one location to learn about the best practices being implemented in Ryan White clinics throughout the nation, as well as share their own success stories.

Key sessions included:  Regulatory and Legislative Update, Clinical Focus on STD & HIV/AIDS, Contract Pharmacy, Program Income and Discriminatory Reimbursement.