TAMPA, FL / ACCESSWIRE / August 16, 2022 / TRxADE HEALTH, INC. (NASDAQ:MEDS) ("TRxADE" or the "Company"), a health services IT company focused on digitalizing the retail pharmacy experience by optimizing drug procurement, the prescription journey and patient engagement in the U.S., announced today the appointment of Jeff Newell to the Company's advisory board. Mr. Newell is expected to serve as a strategic resource to TRxADE as it continues to develop trade relationships in the industry.
"We are thrilled to add industry experts like Mr. Newell to the Advisory Board and look forward to working with him to build stockholder value," said Suren Ajjarapu, Chairman of the Board, who continued, "We are committed to fostering long-term growth and we believe we have the personnel resources and leadership in place to achieve this goal. We are excited about this new relationship and believe that the background and experience that Mr. Newell brings to TRxADE is going to be invaluable and that we will benefit from having access to Mr. Newell's expertise."
"TRxADE Health is a leader in Pharmaceutical Trading platforms with innovative, market-leading technologies, and we believe that the Company is well-positioned to take advantage of multiple opportunities," said Donald Fell, member of the Company's Board of Directors, who continued, "As an Advisory Board Member, Mr. Newell will work with the directors and the management team to enhance the value of the Company for all stockholders. His record shows that his involvement on boards has often created meaningful value for all stockholders and we expect this to continue with TRxADE."
Mr. Fell added, "Given his experience and broad knowledge in the Pharmaceutical space, I believe that Mr. Newell will be an extremely valuable resource to the Company going forward."
About Mr. Jeff Newell:
Mr. Newell is an accomplished Chief Executive Officer who has over forty years of experience in the healthcare industry with a proven track record of growing profitable organizations through strategic initiatives and the development of high-performance teams. Mr. Newell is skilled in Operations, Patient Engagement, Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Measurement, Supply Chain, and Product Sourcing. Mr. Newell is a strong entrepreneurship professional with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) focused in Pharmacy from Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Mr. Newell has held various executive level positions including President & CEO for Newell Group, CEO of Pharmacy Quality Solutions, Vice President Pharmacy Administration & Head of Compliance of Sears Holding/Kmart Pharmacy, and Senior Vice President of Operations and Chief Compliance Officer of Millennium Pharmacy Systems. As part of his long career in healthcare and pharmacy, Mr. Newell was Director of Pharmacy Programs /Manager of Regulatory Affairs at CVS. Throughout his career, Mr. Newell has served on many National, State and Local Boards, within the Healthcare Industry.
Mr. Newell is retired and stays active within the industry through his consulting company. He consults with a select number of companies and individuals and leverages his expertise and vast network to drive improved performance.
About TRxADE HEALTH, Inc.
TRxADE HEALTH, Inc. (NASDAQ:MEDS) is a health services IT company focused on digitalizing the retail pharmacy experience by optimizing drug procurement, the prescription journey and patient engagement in the U.S. The Company operates the TRxADE drug procurement marketplace serving a total of 13,815+ members nationwide, fostering price transparency and under the Bonum Health brand, offering patient centric telehealth services and tele vet services. For more information on TRxADE Health, please visit the Company's IR website at investors.trxadehealth.com.
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