Health and Safety Page

NAMCP is committed to providing a safe environment for attendees and staff for the 2022 Fall Managed Care Forum.

To maintain the health and well-being of all participants at the Fall Managed Care Forum, NAMCP is implementing the following procedures to keep everyone at the conference safe as well as striving for a successful conference. Attendees that do not feel well should not attend the Fall Forum.

The Fall Forum will require that attendees provide proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of admittance before they will be permitted to attend the Fall Managed Care Forum.


PLEASE NOTE: If you completed vaccine validation at either the 2021 Fall Forum or the 2022 Spring Forum, you are validated and we require no additional actions.

If you plan to provide proof of vaccination, please see below:

For the purposes of entry to the Fall Managed Care Forum, a person is considered fully vaccinated:

  • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines,

    OR
     
  • 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnsonís Janssen vaccine

Booster shots are recommended, though not required.

There are two ways to provide proof of vaccination. Please use whichever you are most comfortable with:

Method 1: Email NAMCP with your vaccination record

Please scan or take a picture of your vaccination card and send it to Jeremy Williams by email at jwilliams@namcp.org or by fax at 804-747-5316. You DO NOT need to send a picture of your identification when you send the vaccination card. The Fall Forum will validate your vaccination within one day and then shred and delete any information sent from you.

Method 2: Bring your vaccination card with you to the conference

If you prefer, you may also bring your vaccination card with you to show registration staff before you pick up your badge and enter the Fall Managed Care Forum. We recommend that you check in as early as possible if you plan to utilize this method. If you plan to use this method, you must notify Jeremy Williams at jwilliams@namcp.org that you will be bringing your vaccination card with you by Wednesday, March 30 so we can prepare appropriate staff.

If you plan to provide proof of a negative test, please see below:
If you are not vaccinated, you can provide a negative test no earlier than 72 hours before the program begins. Please reply to this email for the appropriate protocols for type of test and sending your test results. You must let us know by Wednesday, October 5 that you will be providing a negative test to attend the Fall Forum.

Update on Mask Requirements
Masks are optional and welcome for all events during the 2022 Fall Managed Care Forum.
 

NAMCPís COVID Protocols FAQ

Can I get a refund on my individual attendee registration if I am unable to attend?
If you are unable to attend, please contact Jeremy Williams at jwilliams@namcp.org for options.

Can I register onsite for the conference?
Yes, onsite registration will still be available. Kindly note that you will be required to show proof of vaccination or negative test prior to registering onsite.

If Iíve already tested positive for COVID-19, do I still need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend in person?
Yes, you will still need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or provide a negative test to attend in-person.

Will you have sessions available online if I cannot attend the conference?
We will provide webcasts of all the sessions given at the Fall Managed Care Forum. These will be available online at our website in the weeks following the conference. More details will be available when they become active on the website.

For more information on the health and safety measures Caesars Palace is taking, visit the links below.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Health & Safety Plan

Las Vegas Health & Safety Measures


Despite the safety protocols in place, no precautions can completely eliminate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 or other airborne illness. Attendance at any public event increases the risk of contracting COVID-19 or other airborne illness. Attendees assume all risk associated with attendance.