Park City Group adds Frederic Van Roie to staff
Park City, Utah — Frederic Van Roie has joined cloud-based software-as-a-service provider Park City Group’s business development team.
The company uses a data management service to deliver information about a company's products to maximize sales while stocking an appropriate amount of inventory.
“Frederic is a 25 year veteran of the retail, CPG and foodservice industries with expertise in marketing and merchandising strategies at several premier retailers,” Park City Group CEO and Chairman Randall Fields said. “His hands-on and strategic experience in retailing and manufacturing in both food and non-food is a great addition to our team,”
Van Roie has worked in the consumer packaged goods, retail and food industries for the past 25 years. His previous experience also included time at Home Depot, BJ’s, Whole Foods and Walmart, among other companies. Van Roie joins Park City Group after working at Trace One in supply chain and strategic sourcing management most recently.
“I am pleased to join a team of industry experts who are providing concrete business solutions to the retail industry while leveraging proven technology,” Van Roie said. “Park City Group is delivering value to all trading partners providing suppliers and retailers with effective technology and best practices guidance.”
Report: Baylor Scott & White Health looking to partner with retail-based clinics in Texas
NEW YORK — Baylor Scott & White Health, a Dallas-based healthcare system, is reportedly looking to ink an affiliation with retail-based health clinics inside select Walgreens and Walmart locations, the Dallas Morning News has reported.
The report comes as CVS Caremark announced on Wednesday that it has entered into new clinical affiliations with four healthcare providers, including Texas Health Resources in Texas.
According to the news article, physicians affiliated with Baylor will oversee clinics within 13 area Walgreens — a number that could grow to 28, the article stated.
Baylor is reportedly working on a similar deal with Wal-Mart in North and Central Texas, where the retailer is running a pilot program of Wal-Mart-owned clinics in a handful of Texas stores.