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Explore an Immersive Glimpse into the Future of Pharmacy | George Van Antwerp

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The Future of Pharmacy: The future of pharmacy is being disrupted & we see the creation of transformative opportunities but with great challenges. How will the future of pharmacy take shape? As innovations in life sciences and new technology disrupt the health care value chain, consumers are increasingly focused on well-being, demanding greater health care access, convenience, and customized products. In this environment, exciting opportunities emerge for pharmacists to evolve and expand their role.

George Van Antwerp

Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP

George Van Antwerp is a leader in Deloitte Consulting’s Health Plan and Pharmacy practice where he works with clients on insights and analysis to improve their competitive positioning. Prior to joining Deloitte, George worked with inVentiv Health in their Medical Management business, and he led the pharmacy business for Silverlink Communications.  George also worked at Express Scripts where he focused on their consumer engagement solutions.  George holds an MBA and MA from Washington University in St. Louis and received his BS from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Discussion references:

Community-Based Pharmacy Practice Innovation and the Role of the Community-Based Pharmacist Practitioner in the United States

Medical at Home: A Game-changing Opportunity for Long-Term Care

With 10,000 Americans aging into Medicare daily, some pharmacies have grown their market share by offering medical-at-home services to keep patients who might otherwise be in a nursing home in the familiarity of their homes longer.

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