Michael T Takach

Mike Takach earned his BS Pharmacy from Northeastern University where he is currently a MasterÕs of Science candidate in Health Informatics. He has been an active contributor in the pharmacy industry for over 20 years. His depth of experience includes pharmacy operations, ambulatory care and plan administration in the managed care, retail, mail order and medical group practice settings.

He gained this experience through key management positions, including VP of Pharmacy Services at MartinÕs Point Health Care as well as previous management positions at Kaiser Permanente, Giant Foods, Inc. and PeopleÕs Drug Store which have provided additional industry breadth. He is currently the founder and president of PharmSense, Inc. As a pharmacy consultant, he focuses on improving operational efficiencies, achieving strategic growth, meeting quality and compliance standards, and improving organizational profitability. A combination of strong strategic thinking ability, identification of solutions through data analysis, and team collaborations have produced a history of improving health outcomes, enhancing the customer experience, and bending the health care cost curve.

 
Education:

Candidate MS in Health Informatics _ Northeastern University

BS Pharmacy _ Northeastern University

 

Licensure:

Registered Pharmacist: Maine, New Hampshire

 

Professional Activities:

Rho Chi

Phi Lambda Sigma

HealthLeadership Development (HLD) Program, Daniel Hanley Center and the Institute for Civic Leadership joint program, State of Maine.

Poster Presentation

Education

BS Pharm

Northeastern University

MS Candidate

Northeastern University

Board Certifications and Licenses

Maine

New Hampshire

Clinical Affiliations

Maine

Expertise

Pharmacy Benefit Management

Pharmacy Operations

Clinical Pharmacy Interventions

Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Integration

Contract Negotiations/ Management

Budgeting/ Trending/ Forecasting

Michael T Takach

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BS Pharm, R.Ph.

Adjunct Instructor

Off-Campus

mtakach@une.edu

(207) 221-4176