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RxAlly Expands National Network With Addition Of Nineteen Community Pharmacy Organizations Representing Over 2,000 Pharmacies

LEESBURG, Va., May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- RxAlly, the first-of-its-kind alliance of more than 22,000 pharmacies nationwide, announced today the expansion of its national network with the addition of nine Independent Pharmacy Organizations and ten Regional Chains. These organizations collectively represent more than 2,000 pharmacies with a footprint spanning from the Northeast through Appalachia and the Midwest out to the Western United States. In just over three months since the company launched, RxAlly has grown its membership by more than 2,000 pharmacies. 

The newest Independent Pharmacy Organization members of RxAlly are:

  • Association of Northwest Pharmacies (WA)
  • CBI Pharmacy Network (OK)
  • Keystone Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance (PA)
  • Northeast Pharmacy Service Corporation (MA)
  • Partners in Pharmacy Cooperative (WI)
  • Pharmacy Franchisees and Owners Association (MO)
  • Rochester Drug Cooperative (NY)
  • RxPlus Pharmacies (CO)
  • Value Drug Company (PA)

The newest Regional Chain members of RxAlly are:

  • Doc's Drugs (IL)
  • Drug Emporium (WV)
  • Fruth Pharmacy (WV)
  • Hi-School Pharmacy (WA)
  • Hometown Pharmacy (WI)
  • Lifechek Drug (TX)
  • Osborn Drugs (OK)
  • Reasor's Pharmacy (OK)
  • Sav-Mor Drug Stores (MI)
  • U-Save-It Pharmacy (GA)

"The addition of these esteemed independent pharmacy organizations and regional chains to our network makes us that much stronger as a national alliance," said Bruce Roberts, R.Ph, CEO of RxAlly. "The continued expansion of our network is testament to the importance of advancing the role of local pharmacists and improving our health care system." 

RxAlly is a performance network of aligned pharmacies united to help patients achieve better health through personalized pharmacist care, while reducing costs. The company was developed to provide a new solution to the critical issues of providing additional access to care and ensuring effective health care spending at a time when prescription medicine misuse is associated with $290 billion in annual costs.

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About RxAlly:

With more than 22,000 member pharmacies nationwide, RxAlly has brought together the largest national network of pharmacies to improve health and lower costs. The RxAlly Performance Network of community pharmacies aims to improve health through personalized pharmacist care, clinical research and evidence-based clinical practices, and an interoperable technology platform. By advancing the role of pharmacists, RxAlly is facilitating new solutions as it leads an innovative approach to health care that aligns the interests of patients, pharmacists and payers. For more information on RxAlly, please visit

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