Rite Aid appoints pharmacy division executive as group VP managed care
Rite Aid has promoted Tammy Royer to group VP managed care, the retail pharmacy chain said Tuesday.
Royer, who has nearly 20 years of experience and has lately worked in the company's pharmacy division, will oversee all aspects of managed care, including contracting, maintaining relationships with managed-care organizations, pharmacy benefit managers and third-party payers and developing new strategic partnerships, reporting to SVP pharmacy services Chris Hall. Royer began working for Rite Aid as a pharmacist in 1996.
"Tammy is a valued member of Rite Aid's pharmacy team who has made significant contributions across several functional areas of our pharmacy division, helping us grow our business and enhance our customer experience," Hall said. "We look forward to further benefitting from her knowledge and expertise and are confident she'll continue to deliver strong results in her new position as she and her team effectively execute our managed care strategy."