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FLINT, Mich. — A clinical technology manager at Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy has received an award from a state pharmacy association.
Diplomat said Monday that Michael Crowe had received the Fellow of Michigan Pharmacists Association award, announced over the weekend at the MPA's annual convention and exposition in Detroit. According to the MPA, the award "recognizes achievements and dedication to the practice of pharmacy, the community and MPA. The distinction signifies the recipient's actions well beyond the regular practice toward the advancement of pharmacy."
Crowe leads the clinical development of Diplomat's proprietary eNAV software and other clinical programs — as well as researching, reviewing and analyzing the effectiveness and efficiency of existing clinical requirements — and develops strategies for enhancing and leveraging those processes.