Thursday, May 25, 2017, 7:00pm – Wayne Oliver – Executive Director of Patients for Fair Compensation – REVOLUTIONIZING THE MEDICAL LIABILITY SYSTEM IN GEORGIA

Volunteer Meeting 

Wayne W. Oliver, Executive Director

Patients for Fair Compensation Leadership

As a healthcare thought leader, Oliver has focused his professional career in the healthcare policy arena.

Oliver formerly served as Vice President of Pharmacy Advocacy & Governmental Relations for RxAlly. Based in Leesburg, Virginia, RxAlly offers unique and innovative solutions for employers and health plans, leveraging the role of community pharmacists to help patients improve their health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.

From 2006 to 2012, Oliver was a Vice President at the Center for Health Transformation (CHT), a health public policy think tank. While at CHT, he directed and managed Center projects on health justice (civil justice and tort reform) transformation,  FDA Modernization, 21st Century Intelligent Pharmacy, health information technology and electronic prescribing, and healthcare quality and price transparency.

Prior to CHT, Oliver spent 19 years with the Georgia Pharmacy Association, during which he helped build a highly effective, dynamic grassroots governmental affairs program.

 

We begin at 7:00pm. Come join us!

 

Location: 900 Roswell Street, Marietta GA 30060 (former Anderson Chevrolet building)

1 block east of Roswell Street Baptist Church, 2 blocks west of Big Chicken.

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