PharmScript expands leadership team to prepare for growth
PharmScript, a leading pharmacy provider to long-term care and post-acute care facilities, announced the appointments of six executives to its leadership team, including healthcare industry veterans John Walker, Daniel Maloney and Manny Raposo. The appointments highlight PharmScript’s continued commitment to delivering a seamless pharmacy experience, and together, these leaders will position PharmScript for its next stage of growth and success.
“These team members are recognized for their domain expertise, and we’re proud to welcome them aboard. We expect they will build on our organization’s strong legacy and reputation.”
The new executives joined in 2016, assuming the following roles:
- John Walker, chief operating officer
- Daniel Maloney, vice president of purchasing
- Manny Raposo, vice president of sales
- Greg Thomas, chief information officer
- Danielle Korins, chief human resources officer
- Neil Bansal, vice president of business development
“PharmScript’s top priorities are anticipating the needs of our clients and providing a high-quality pharmacy experience. These leaders will better enable us to fulfill that mission as we grow and as the industry demands become increasingly complex,” said Michael Segal, chief executive officer of PharmScript. “These team members are recognized for their domain expertise, and we’re proud to welcome them aboard. We expect they will build on our organization’s strong legacy and reputation.”
John Walker, RPh, brings nearly four decades of long-term care pharmacy experience. As COO, Walker is responsible for ensuring PharmScript maintains consistently high levels of medication accuracy, timeliness and accessibility across the company’s eight pharmacies to aid clients in delivering quality care to their residents. Prior to joining PharmScript, John held similar roles for other large multi-state pharmacy providers.
Daniel Maloney, RPh, assumes the role of vice president of purchasing and has nearly four decades of long-term care pharmacy experience. At PharmScript, Dan will be responsible for pharmaceutical negotiations and will manage the primary wholesaler and group purchasing organization relationships. Dan is also responsible for the establishment and maintenance of the generic pharmaceutical formulary and sourcing strategies. He will work closely with the PharmScript operations team to help clients provide cost-effective and clinically appropriate care to residents.
Manny Raposo, joining as vice president of sales, brings vast experience in the long-term care industry. Previously, Raposo was the vice president of national accounts for Medline, where he worked with the largest post-acute providers in the country. Leveraging his experience, Raposo will be responsible for leading the business development team in establishing new client relationships and ensuring PharmScript meets each facility’s needs.
Founded in 2009, PharmScript provides high-quality service to help healthcare facilities administer medications safely and manage their patients for optimal clinical outcomes, while containing costs. PharmScript serves more than 300 facilities and tens of thousands of residents in Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington, D.C.