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Rite Aid Health Alliance

Rite Aid’s health care assets offer options

Rite Aid’s health care assets offer options

Investments made in recent years put Rite Aid in a better position to rebound from the terminated deal to be acquired by Walgreens Boots Alliance. Rite Aid’s acquisitions of retail clinic operator RediClinic, health care management specialist Health Dialog and pharmacy benefit manager EnvisionRx give it more options as its leadership considers the company’s future

Rite Aid ready to do a lot more than fill scripts

Rite Aid ready to do a lot more than fill scripts

CAMP HILL, Pa. — With its recent acquisitions, Rite Aid Corp. is well-positioned to further expand its health care capabilities, according to chairman and chief executive officer John Standley. The company in June closed the $2 billion acquisition of Envision Pharmaceutical Services, which brought the EnvisionRx pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) as well as specialty pharmacy,

Rite Aid Health Alliance adds new care partner

Rite Aid Health Alliance adds new care partner

CAMP HILL, Pa. — Reliance ACO, an accountable care organization in southeastern Michigan, has joined the Rite Aid Health Alliance team-based care initiative. Rite Aid Corp. said Wednesday that Reliance ACO is the eighth health provider partner in the Rite Aid Health Alliance, announced in March 2014. Through the program, Rite Aid pharmacists, in-store health

Group VP of pharmacy initiatives named at Rite Aid

CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid Corp. has promoted Jocelyn Zazyczny Konrad to group vice president, pharmacy initiatives and clinical services. Konrad, who was vice president, health care initiatives, succeeds Karen Staniforth. Staniforth was recently promoted to chief operating officer at Health Dialog, a subsidiary of Rite Aid. Konrad is a licensed pharmacist with more

Rite Aid ups ante in health care arena

CAMP HILL, Pa. — A flurry of moves this month by Rite Aid Corp. further its growth as a retail health care company. First, Rite Aid unveiled plans to pilot walk-in HealthSpot telehealth stations in the greater Akron/Canton, Cleveland and Dayton/Springfield markets in Ohio. Robert Thompson, executive vice president of pharmacy, said the drug chain