MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Medication Management Systems (MMS), a leading player in medication therapy management throughout the U.S., today announced the appointment of Nathan J. Schultz, Pharm.D. to the newly created executive position of President and Chief Operating Officer.
"The Board of Directors and staff of MMS are honored that Nate has agreed to join in helping us continue to develop new services and technologies that promote efficacy, safety, and adherence in the appropriate use of medications," said Chairman of the Board David J. McLean, Ph.D. "As a 25-year veteran and recognized innovator in managed care pharmacy and pharmaceutical benefit management, I am confident that Nate will be able to contribute immediately and provide experienced, executive leadership and counsel to both the staff and the Board."
Dr. Schultz is a clinical pharmacist with over 25 years experience in hospital and academic settings, in addition to his leadership in the managed care pharmacy and pharmacy benefit management arena. Formerly Chief Services Officer of National Medical Health Card Systems, his background includes over 10 years in various leadership positions with Diversified Pharmaceutical Services and Express Scripts, and as Senior Vice President of Sales at Caresoft, Inc., a venture capital-backed internet healthcare company. Founding principal of The BayPine Consultancy, a private practice executive management firm specializing in strategic planning and operations management for healthcare and pharmaceutical-related businesses, he holds both a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Minnesota and is certified as a Pharmacotherapy Specialist by the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties.
About Medication Management Systems
Medication Management Systems (MMS) is a national leader in designing
and delivering evidence-based medication therapy management (MTM) programs.
A Minnesota-based company, MMS
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