Developing Programs for the Underinsured

Morris Lumpkin
March 01, 2013

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Changing Viewpoints: Developing patient support services for the changing needs of the uninsured and underinsured

The number of underinsured Americans is expected to jump dramatically in the coming years. Pharmaceutical manufacturers must now take a hard look at their patient assistance programs as well as their copay programs and implement strategies that will ensure ongoing product access and adherence for this population. Lash Group Vice President Morris Lumpkin shares the barriers these manufacturers face and best practices for positive results.

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Morris Lumpkin

Morris Lumpkin

As Vice President, Marketing and Sales Operations for Lash Group, Morris Lumpkin leads business development associated with Lash Group's operational programs, including all reimbursement-related services and product support programs. He works with manufacturers to develop customized patient management solutions including reimbursement support, patient assistance, patient education and adherence, advocacy and case management, patient registries and outcomes analysis, and specialized billing and collections services. Mr. Lumpkin also works closely with other AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group (ABSG) companies to bring integrated service solutions to Lash Group's manufacturer partners.

Before joining Lash Group, he organized assistance programs for underprivileged families through the National Americorps program. Mr. Lumpkin received a BS from James Madison University.

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