June 11, 2018
Learn insider tips from industry experts on how to successfully complete your URAC Specialty Pharmacy v3.0 accreditation requirements.
You’ll walk away with insider knowledge about how to use tools, technology, and lessons learned that specialty pharmacies pay thousands of dollars to access.
- Navigate the major changes in URAC Specialty Pharmacy v3.0 specific to patient management
- Apply the new URAC Specialty Pharmacy v3.0 standards for patient management to your specialty pharmacy accreditation
- Plan and implement URAC Specialty Pharmacy v3.0 requirements for patient management
- Use technology to meet the latest patient–and specialty–drug management standards
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Russel is the co-founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Clinical Officer of Therigy, a specialty therapy outcomes and value-management company.
With a combined specialty and hospital pharmacy experience of more than 35 years, Russ is one of the industry’s most respected authorities on specialty pharmacy operations, adherence, clinical programs, quality improvement, outcomes, and informatics.
Russ earned his BS in Pharmacy from the University of Pittsburgh and his MS in Pharmacy Administration from The Ohio State University. In 2016, Russ was named the Next-Generation Pharmacist Technology Innovator by Pharmacy Times.
Pam DeVaul, Vice President of Quality at Therigy, is an industry expert who helps specialty pharmacies navigate the detailed accreditation process. Well acquainted with URAC, Accreditation Commission for Healthcare (ACHC), and The Joint Commission (TJC) accreditation requirements, Pam works closely with specialty pharmacies using the latest tools and technologies to ensure these clients can efficiently manage the process of accreditation.
With nearly 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including two decades dedicated to specialty pharmacy, Pam was an integral member of the team which founded Therigy, a specialty therapy management company. Pam also worked closely with Therigy founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Clinical Officer Russel Allinson to design the TherigySTM clinical management software to help meet accreditation requirements.
Chase Dye, CPhT
Cleveland Clinic Specialty and Mail Order Pharmacy Operations Manager Chase Dye has fulfilled many roles at Cleveland Clinic, including regulatory coordination where he gained a true understanding of the scope of URAC standards and their application to specific businesses.
As a regulatory coordinator, Chase was responsible for regulatory compliance at state and federal levels and URAC specialty pharmacy accreditation for two of Cleveland Clinic’s emerging service lines. Chase coordinated URAC accreditation from beginning to end, including taking the lead in a quality management committee, a key component for URAC accreditation.
Chase is a 13-year pharmacy professional with experience that began at a local independent pharmacy and continued into management at one of the country’s largest and most respected hospitals.