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New! PharMerica: A LeadingAge Minnesota Solutions Partner

LeadingAge Minnesota Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of LeadingAge MN, has partnered with PharMerica, a national leader of pharmacy services. PharMerica specializes in servicing communities with medically complex patient populations, including long-term care, senior living, home health, hospice and more.

As a partner, PharMerica provides a competitive pricing platform for all your pharmacy needs. In addition, they ensure accurate and timely access to medications, help control pharmacy costs, and foster compliance with regulations with a best-in-class approach. PharMerica also offers a comprehensive knowledge hub called Illuminate, which gives members access to events, news, and other resources to gain the knowledge you need to thrive.

"We're thrilled to have the opportunity to support LeadingAge Minnesota members with something no one else offers: the best of local and national together. We're both a trusted neighborhood pharmacy and large partner essential to helping communities remain competitive," said Dale Padgett, VP of Strategic Accounts at PharMerica.

Jared Schei, Executive VP of LeadingAge MN Solutions, said, "PharMerica is a great addition to this strategic supplier segment for our members. Their resources and commitment to service mean our members have access to a unique business partner that will not only ensure our member's success but support the overall mission of our Association."

When you are reviewing the pharmacy services needs of your community, please consider PharMerica.

For more information or to schedule a meeting, contact Rick Lazzari, Director of Products and Services at LeadingAge Minnesota Solutions, or Dale Padgett, VP, Strategic Accounts and Partnerships at PharMerica.

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