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Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy Hires National Accounts Manager to Expand Multiple Sclerosis Program
Date:3/27/2008

SWARTZ CREEK, Mich., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy today announced Ken Visser has joined the company's sales and marketing team as National Accounts Manager of Multiple Sclerosis. Visser works directly with Steve Chaffee R.Ph., Senior Vice President of Business Development, and with Mark Neville, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Visser is responsible for the development and national launch of Diplomat's Multiple Sclerosis Navigator(TM) program. The drug therapy management program increases access to MS drugs; and, through direct patient contact and physician coordination, also improves compliance and tolerance to MS drugs.

"Ken brings a high level of energy, capability and dedication to our Diplomat team," said Chaffee. "As he reaches out and educates the healthcare community about our industry leading MS program, physicians and especially MS patients will benefit as they discover the services Diplomat offers."

"Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy is uniquely poised to substantially impact the current nature of pharmacy care and service in Multiple Sclerosis," Visser said. It really is an honor to pilot the introduction of the MS Navigator drug therapy management program and eNAV(TM) patient care software to patients, payors, prescribers and manufacturers."

Diplomat developed their exclusive eNAV (eNavigator Software System) program to cover a spectrum of disease states. The interactive software houses the core pieces of the company's pre-existing high-touch patient care models and transcends them into the digital world.

Before joining Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, Visser performed business development and marketing communications functions in both the technology and pharmaceutical industries. He has significant experience in the development of sales partnerships, coordinating integrated offerings from multiple organizations. Additionally, Visser's experiences include the direction of marketing support an
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