The Health in Motion network strengthens its expertise in clinical pharmacy with Cathy Kuhn
“HIMN has positioned the pharmacist in the role of consumer-connected healthcare provider as a market differentiator,” comments the CEO and co-founder Brian slusser. “We have already been able to take advantage of important synergies between stakeholders in the pharmacy. We knew that adding Cathy’s knowledge and perspective would immediately increase HIMN’s efforts. “
Richard scholz, co-founder of HIMN, adds, “Cathy’s skills amplify HIMN’s ongoing execution strategies. She knows all aspects of the business and is respected both as a practitioner and a leader within her profession. Prior to joining HIMN, Kuhn was the Voice of the Customer for Updox, and was previously the Population Health Pharmacy Coordinator with Partner For Kids / Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Clinical Care Coordinator with Kroger Pharmacy. Kuhn has published and lectured regularly, received numerous industry awards, and is the past president of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Pharmacy Practice & Management and past president of the Ohio Pharmacists Association.
Taking on the role of Director of Pharmacy for HIMN, Kuhn says, “It is energizing to work with a company like HIMN, committed to helping pharmacy evolve as a meaningful part of healthcare delivery. As a pharmacist, it has always been essential for me to help patients. I am also motivated to help pharmacists develop their practices and integrate new tools and technologies that benefit their businesses as well as their patients.
HIMN is a digital health technology company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with a network of connected pharmacies and partners nationwide. Using targeted care communication, engagement and facilitation processes, integrated into a centralized, easy-to-navigate digital platform, pharmacists coordinate with patients and patient-nominated care teams to optimize clinical results. In addition, the platform is designed to support clinical services and reimbursements from pharmacies.
SOURCE Health Network on the Move