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July 12-14, 2021: Crossroads 2021: An Artia Solutions Conference


 

Crossroads: An Artia Solutions Conference was the first event of its kind in 2018 for Medicaid stakeholders. In 2021, we will continue to bring together Medicaid pharmacy administrators, Medicaid Managed Care representatives, drug manufacturers, healthcare providers, pharmacists, advocacy groups, patients, public officials, and other Medicaid stakeholders to explore issues impacting patient access to medications

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OUR POLICIES

We're working closely with the JW Marriott Nashville
to ensure the best and safest experience possible.

As we're nearing July, we want to keep our attendees (and those interested in attending) up-to-date on our policies for the in-person Crossroads conference. Please stay tuned for announcements on our virtual options.

See below for our policies, which align with Nashville's current COVID-19 guidelines.


OUR POLICIES INCLUDE:

  • required face masks
  • social distancing (6 feet between general session tables)


ALL SPEAKERS & ATTENDEES WILL BE PROVIDED WITH:

  • face masks
  • hand sanitizer
  • sanitizing wipes


WHAT WILL THE CONFERENCE AREA AND GENERAL SESSION SPACE LOOK LIKE?

Plexiglass will be installed at the registration desk and on the general session stage. General session seating will feature crescent round tables of five chairs spaced six feet apart from one another. (See image above.)

We encourage attendees to stay at the same table throughout the conference. Masks are required unless actively eating and/or drinking.


HOW WILL MEALS BE HANDLED?

Meals will be held in Symphony Ballroom, adjacent to the general session space in Griffin Ballroom. Meal seating will feature round tables of 8 chairs spaced six feet apart from one another.


HOW WILL THE OPENING NIGHT AND BANQUET EVENTS BE HANDLED?

Tin Roof on Broadway, the location for our opening night party on Monday, July 12, is fully reserved to Crossroads attendees only, so no other patrons will be allowed in the venue.

Alcohol consumption is allowed at Tin Roof, but attendees must be seated at a table.

The banquet dinner and the Extra Mile Award Presentation on the night of Tuesday, July 13, will feature round tables of 8 chairs spaced six feet apart from one another.


WHAT ABOUT SPEED NETWORKING?

Speed Networking will be a socially distanced event. The networking tables are semi-private booths with draping on all three sides of the tables. Plexiglass will be placed on the table between the attendee(s) and the state representative(s). Masks are required.

HOW IS THE JW MARRIOTT HANDLING CHECK-IN, ROOM CLEANING, ETC.?

Please click here for information from Marriott on front desk check-in, meeting spaces, banquet events, and guest rooms.


ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?

Please visit artiacrossroads.com/covid19 for more information.

 
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