NEW YORK — An organization founded to help patients improve their health through personalized care from pharmacists and reduce health costs is closing.
In a statement on its website, RxAlly said its board had voted to close the company, effective Friday after 18 months in operation. Calls to the organization were not answered.
"While we are disappointed in this outcome, we appreciate the progress we made in developing a shared interest in advancing pharmacist care, and thank you for your support and belief in our company and our mission," the statement read.
The company was founded in February 2012 as an alliance of more than 20,000 pharmacies around the country, with former EVP and CEO Bruce Roberts of the National Community Pharmacists Association at the helm.