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Prime Hires Rachelle Wan as Vice President of Pharmaceutical Trade Relations
Date:4/24/2008

ST. PAUL, Minn., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Prime Therapeutics (Prime), a thought leader in pharmacy benefit management, announced today that Rachelle Wan, RPh, has joined the organization as Vice President of Pharmacy Trade Relations.

As Vice President of Pharmacy Trade Relations, Wan will focus on developing and maintaining relationships with the pharmaceutical industry. She will lead Prime's efforts in the development of strategic pharmacy contracts and the performance of rebate and administrative fee agreements.

"Rachelle Wan is a great addition to Prime and brings exceptional experience developing and maintaining relationships," said Charles Roehrick, Chief Financial Officer at Prime. "Prime is an industry leader in providing innovative pharmacy solutions. We are excited to have Rachelle's leadership and expertise in this arena to help us create and manage strong and dependable relationships within the industry."

Wan, a Registered Pharmacist, earned a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the University of Minnesota and a Masters Degree from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. She held several strategic contracting positions at PCS Health Systems/Caremark and was most recently a Corporate Account Manager at Amgen.

Prime Therapeutics is a pharmacy benefit management company dedicated to providing innovative, clinically based, cost-effective pharmacy solutions for clients and members. Providing pharmacy benefit services nationwide to approximately 14.6 million covered lives, its client base includes Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans, employer and union groups, and third-party administrators. Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, Prime Therapeutics is collectively owned by 10 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans, subsidiaries or affiliates of those Plans. Learn more at http://www.primetherapeutics.com.


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