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Comprehensive Pharmacy Services Names Rod Recor Vice President of Product Development

July 31, 2013

Comprehensive Pharmacy Services, (CPS), the nation’s largest pharmacy services provider, announced today that Rod Recor has joined the company as the new Vice President of Product Development. Recor will oversee new product development and help CPS expand their growing portfolio of products into new markets.

Memphis, TN (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

Comprehensive Pharmacy Services, (CPS), the nation’s largest pharmacy services provider, announced today that Rod Recor has joined the company as the new Vice President of Product Development. Recor will oversee new product development and help CPS expand their growing portfolio of products into new markets. "Rod’s experience as a strategic product development professional is a skill set that will greatly benefit the CPS team as we continue to grow and expand into new areas," said CPS CEO, Don Nickleson.

Recor brings more than 15 years experience in managed health care and has worked in a variety of health care management, strategy and consulting roles. Prior to joining CPS, he served as Senior Vice President of Strategic Services at Value Options, Inc., where he was responsible for the strategic planning process and driving innovation via new product development activities. Recor graduated from Yale University with bachelor’s degree and earned an MBA from University of Connecticut. "Rod has a very strong background both educationally and professionally and is a great fit for our organization as we move into the future," said Nickleson.

About Comprehensive Pharmacy Services: CPS is the nation’s largest pharmacy services provider partnering with greater than 300 hospitals and health care facilities in 48 states (including D.C., Puerto Rico and the USVI) and employing over 1,800 pharmacy professionals. For more information, visit http://www.cpspharm.com.

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