RxAlly names chief information officer
LEESBURG, Va. — RxAlly continues to expand its leadership team with the appointment of a new chief information officer.
The alliance said Michaek Groh, a trained pharmacist, will assume leadership over the company's technology and data initiatives and will leverage his vast experience and specialty in pharmacy technology to oversee the technological underpinning that will link the RxAlly performance network. Most recently, Groh served as CIO for ExcelleRx, a Philadelphia-based national hospice pharmacy and medication therapy management company.
"Mike Groh is a significantly important addition to the RxAlly team, as we continue to develop our interoperable technology platform," RxAlly CEO Bruce Roberts said. "His track record of success and breadth of expertise in pharmacy technology and data initiatives will be critical to this endeavor."