Press Release (ePRNews.com) - MAITLAND, FL - Jan 09, 2017 - Specialty pharmacy industry customers need technology solutions that fill knowledge gaps and resolve their business challenges. Therigy, LLC, the trusted source for specialty solutions, understands this need and is boosting its technology ‘bench strength’ by adding technology veteran Brian Roberts as its Director of Data Analytics.
“The needs of the specialty pharmacy industry are evolving at a greater pace than we imagined when we founded Therigy ten years ago. Reliable healthcare data is more important than ever before, and specialty pharmacy technology solutions must keep pace with clinical advancements, streamline operations and processes for clinicians and providers, and contribute to better patient outcomes,” said Russel Allinson, RPh, MS, Therigy’s CEO and Chief Clinical Officer. “As a solutions provider, our technical systems must function at peak performance and evolve to meet customer needs. Brian and his team ensure Therigy’s technology is consistently meeting and surpassing customers’ complex data needs.”
“Reliable healthcare data is more important than ever before, and specialty pharmacy technology solutions must keep pace with clinical advancements, streamline operations and processes for clinicians and providers, and contribute to better patient outcomes.”
Roberts joins Therigy with more than 20 years of pharmacy technology, Information Technology (IT), Information Systems (IS), and business systems implementation and management expertise. Prior to joining Therigy, Roberts specialized in pharmacy-specific Data Warehousing and Analytics for Express Scripts. Earlier on, Roberts was in a technology leadership role with Priority Healthcare’s Fertility Pharmacy, where he managed the company’s IT efforts. Roberts’ broad scope of experience and specialization in pharmacy technology provide him with unique insights and the ability to anticipate healthcare customers’ rapidly evolving needs in a constantly shifting industry.
Roberts is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, having earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics with a Programming minor.
The addition of Roberts to the Therigy team marks an increased commitment to bringing top talent to Therigy to enhance the company’s specialty pharmacy technology solutions, including TherigySTM, the pharmacy industry’s leading specialty therapy management software as a service (SaaS) platform.
“One of our most important core strengths is our people. We have the industry’s leading technologies in place to ensure our solutions can simplify our clients’ data management efforts through the ever changing specialty pharmacy environment,” added Allinson. “However, it’s our team’s expertise that fundamentally takes care of our clients’ needs, eliminates knowledge gaps, and makes it all go. Our people are our greatest strength.”
Therigy is the trusted source for innovative, best-in-class software and expert consulting services to the specialty pharmaceutical market. Clients leverage Therigy’s solutions, data, and insights to achieve clinical and economic success by aligning strategy, technology, and people. Learn more about Therigy at www.therigy.com.
TherigySTM is used by leading specialty pharmacies to provide superior care and therapy-specific clinical support, maximize adherence, and improve outcomes. The application allows for accurate and reliable data collection and outcomes reporting. The product easily integrates with pharmacy dispensing systems. Most importantly, Therigy has configured more than 253 clinical assessments into TherigySTM to provide a turnkey application that requires little, if any, additional clinical development by the subscriber. To our knowledge, TherigySTM is the only pharmacy care management system on the market which is pre-configured with clinical content and for which the subscription price includes regular releases of new content for new drugs, new indications, and changes to prescribing information. In addition, Therigy has created the capability for easy customization of content and even complete protocols by the subscriber. Source :