FORT WORTH, Texas, March 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- eRx Network, LLC, a leading provider of high speed, comprehensive and flexiblesolutions for pharmacies, announced today that Mark Doerr, RPh, has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Mark has nearly 20 years of experience in the pharmacy services industry,
"I am excited to join a state-of-the-art company that is highly respected in the pharmacy services industry and poised to make even greater inroads into the claims switching and prescription routing marketplace," said Mark Doerr, Chief Executive Officer, eRx Network. "eRx Network is uniquely positioned to provide expertise and excellence in its commitment to retail pharmacy and technology innovation."
"The executive management team at eRx Network is thrilled to have someone of Mark's caliber lead our company forward," said Richard Brook, Senior Vice President of Sales. "Mark's experience and deep history in this industry allows him to relate to and understand how our retail customers think and want to interact with our services. I'm confident Mark will be a very strong addition to our team as we work to innovate and serve our customers."
About eRx Network, LLC
eRx Network, LLC, formerly a Change Healthcare company, provides pharmacy claims switching and secure electronic prescription routing solutions that are designed to help retail pharmacies improve operational efficiency, optimize reimbursement and improve pharmacy profitability and customer loyalty. eRx Network, LLC's services also enable providers to cost effectively exchange electronic transactions with retail pharmacies. Learn more at www.erxnetwork.com
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