Todd Donnelly, M.S. Pharm, M.B.A., R.Ph.
Todd Donnelly has more than 25 years’ experience as a pharmacy leader, administrator and entrepreneur. Since joining ExactCare, he has built and grown the Compliance and Regulatory function of the business, including providing leadership and oversight for the pharmacy licensure process; HIPAA Privacy and Security; third-party billing and receivables compliance; quality and patient safety; business partnerships; operational regulatory requirements; and the development of a Board of Pharmacy approved Qualified Pharmacy Technician training program. Under Todd’s leadership, ExactCare has implemented a robust Compliance and Information Security program and obtained the industry-leading HITRUST certification in 2019.
Prior to joining ExactCare, Todd was a leader in health-systems pharmacy at the assistant director and director level with Kaiser Permanente and Cleveland Clinic. Most recently, he spent 11 years developing and managing the ambulatory pharmacy and health system accreditation and regulatory compliance processes at Cleveland Clinic. He has designed and implemented more than a dozen pharmacies, including owning his own community pharmacy for more than 11 years.
Todd holds a B.S. in Pharmacy from The University of Toledo; an M.S. in Pharmacy Outcomes and Policy and a Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Regulation and Policy from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy; and an M.B.A from Stetson University. He is a Certified Compliance Executive (CCE) and certified compliance program assessor through the Health Ethics Trust, and holds a Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) credential from the Compliance Certification Board. He is licensed to practice pharmacy in 17 states.
Todd is an active member of the Ohio Pharmacists Association and has been Chairman of the organization’s Regulatory & Legal Committee for over 7 years.
ExactCare, a CarepathRx Company, is a national medication management and pharmacy provider that helps people with complex medical needs overcome medication-related and chronic care challenges.
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