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RxAlly Adds Accomplished Clinical Services Expert And Pharmacist, Rebecca Chater, To The Company's Leadership Team
Date:12/4/2012

LEESBURG, Va., Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- RxAlly, a first-of-its-kind alliance of more than 22,000 pharmacies nationwide, announced today that Rebecca Chater, RPh, MPH, FAPhA, has joined the company's leadership team as Vice President of Health Outcomes.  In this role, Ms. Chater will be responsible for providing leadership and clinical management of RxAlly solutions, as well as integrating business development with clinical staff and operations.

Ms. Chater brings to RxAlly more than 20 years of experience leading innovative clinical services programs and launching community pharmacy initiatives proven to enhance patient health outcomes and lower health care costs, including the highly regarded Asheville Project.

"Rebecca's impressive credentials and extensive track record of success speaks to both her tremendous expertise and her genuine passion for enhancing the value of community-based, patient-focused, quality pharmacy care.  We are very fortunate to have her on board," said Bruce Roberts, CEO of RxAlly. "Her role will be critical in helping RxAlly develop and implement on a national scale industry-leading clinical service programs that support RxAlly's member pharmacies in providing the highest quality pharmacy care available."

Most recently, Rebecca Chater served as an Executive Vice President at Kerr Health, a North Carolina-based local chain of 77 community pharmacies which spearheaded development and implementation of patient-centric pharmacy care, health screening and disease management services in local pharmacies across the state, including urban and rural locations.  While at Kerr, Rebecca provided clinical leadership in the Specialty, Long Term Care and Care Management divisions, including developing and implementing an integrated model of clinical programs that optimized patient outcomes, ensured clinical efficiencies and controlled costs.  S
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