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Medicaid Drug Rebate Program (MDRP) Summit 2024
September 23-25, 2024
Delivered as a Hybrid EventChicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL

Trevor Wear
Partner at Sidley Austin LLP


Trevor Wear is a partner in Sidley’s Healthcare practice. Leveraging over 15 years of experience in healthcare administration and law, Trevor’s practice focuses primarily on healthcare regulatory and compliance matters, including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and coverage, Stark and Anti-Kickback law and False Claims Act analyses, government price reporting for pharmaceutical products, compliance program counseling, and healthcare and managed care contracting. Trevor advises a variety of clients on these matters, including pharmaceutical manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, clinical laboratories, healthcare consulting companies, durable medical equipment suppliers, diagnostic imaging providers, physician practices and medical associations, and societies.

Trevor works closely with pharmaceutical manufacturers to ensure compliance with government price reporting laws, to resolve issues with the government agencies responsible for administering the drug programs, and to defend their practices in civil actions brought by the government and qui tam relators. He also counsels manufacturers on the development and implementation of healthcare compliance programs, including drafting and updating policies and procedures, developing distribution channel and managed care contracting strategies that take into consideration compliance with applicable fraud and abuse and price reporting requirements, advising on implementation issues, and conducting internal reviews.

Agenda Sessions

  • State-By-State Review of Legal Requirements and Operational Challenges