"This is a collaborative effort to better serve our members’ patients and improve the delivery of healthcare, the likes of which the United States has not seen to date.”
- Jon Copeland, R.Ph
Scottsboro, AL (PRWEB) February 23, 2012
American Associated Pharmacies (AAP) announced on Wednesday its partnership with RxAlly, an alliance of more than 20,000 pharmacies nationwide. The largest Performance Network of aligned pharmacies in the country. RxAlly was developed to provide a new solution to the critical issues of providing additional access to care and ensuring effective health care spending. This partnership will give pharmacies the nationwide scale to make a measurable impact on improving patient health outcomes and offer a solution surrounding the $290 billion per year in avoidable healthcare costs due to inappropriate use of medication.
This new network is made up of independent pharmacies, regional chains and Walgreens. Independent pharmacies are able to apply for participation in the RxAlly network through a participating independent pharmacy organization (IPO). American Associated Pharmacies, one of the first major IPO’s to partner with RxAlly, is ready to enroll new pharmacy members as of today.
AAP is one of largest independent pharmacy cooperatives in America, serving exclusively independent pharmacies with the capacity to welcome new pharmacy members immediately. Jon Copeland, R.Ph., C.E.O of AAP states, “We are actively investing our time, resources and talents in the development of RxAlly. This is a collaborative effort to better serve our members’ patients and improve the delivery of healthcare, the likes of which the United States has not seen to date.” RxAlly’s network will equip independent pharmacies to bring together the best of personalized care with innovative new technologies, products and services. Pharmacies interested in joining RxAlly through AAP are encouraged to call 1-877-797-9227 or visit http://www.rxaap.com for more information.
American Associated Pharmacies (AAP) is a member-owned cooperative of roughly 2,000 independent pharmacies working together like a “chain”. With locations throughout the United States, AAP has a true national presence not only within its membership, but in the industry at large.