CLEVELAND (November 6, 2015) – ExactCare® Pharmacy has earned a top spot among Crain’s 52 fastest-growing privately companies in the Greater Cleveland area, coming in seventh on the list. ExactCare and its fellow honorees were recognized at an awards dinner Thursday, Nov. 5.
Crain’s 52 recognizes companies for entrepreneurial spirit, innovative business tactics and high-speed revenue growth. Winning companies are chosen based on a combination of revenue growth and total revenue.
“This award really speaks to the tenacious spirit of entrepreneurship here in Northeast Ohio. We’re honored to be among this prestigious group of companies, each of which has its own remarkable story,” said Dale Wollschleger, President & CEO.
Wollschleger founded ExactCare in 2009, growing the company from three employees to nearly 300 in just five years. In 2015, the company embarked on its third major expansion, moving into a 75,000-square-foot facility and investing in proprietary new pharmacy technology to enhance its processes, expand capacity and provide new self-service tools to patients and healthcare partners.
“ExactCare’s foundation was built on the principle of innovation—finding a better way to help patients manage their medications,” Wollschleger said. “That philosophy of innovation guides us still today as we continue to look for ways to improve pharmacy, achieve better health care outcomes and help patients live healthier lives.”
About ExactCare Pharmacy
ExactCare is a full-service pharmacy that specializes in medication management for home-based patients with multiple disease states and on multiple medications. Our comprehensive pharmacy solution includes a unique in-home patient assessment; medication reconciliation and medication therapy management performed by clinical pharmacists; monthly refill management; customized adherence packaging; and home delivery. ExactCare’s case-management approach to pharmacy delivers a long-term care level of service to patients in their homes—helping them overcome the challenges of polypharmacy and healthcare providers and payers achieve better clinical and economic outcomes.