CLEVELAND (October 23, 2015) – Marty Butler, ExactCare® Pharmacy CFO, has been named to Crain’s 2015 CFO of the Year, which recognizes Northeast Ohio’s top financial officers. Honorees were chosen based on performance in areas such as outstanding financial leadership, asset management and strategic vision.
“Marty is an exceptional leader who has helped guide ExactCare through tremendous growth,” said Dale Wollschleger, ExactCare Pharmacy CEO & President. “He has an eye for detail and the ability to see the bigger picture—a combination invaluable to a role so critical to a company’s success. Beyond that, he’s built a strong personal rapport with employees at all levels of the organization. He’s respected, and he treats people with respect. We’re lucky to have him on board.”
Butler and fellow members of this year’s CFO of the Year class were honored Thursday, Oct. 22 at an awards reception at the Global Center for Health Innovation in Cleveland. More than 500 people attended to recognize the distinguished group’s accomplishments.
Butler holds a master’s in business administration from Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from John Carroll University. In addition to his professional contributions to Northeast Ohio, he gives back to the community as a board member of three local organizations: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland, Town Hall of Cleveland and the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Northeastern Ohio. Read Butler’s profile in Crain’s Cleveland.
About ExactCare Pharmacy
ExactCare is a full-service pharmacy that specializes in medication management for home-based patients with multiple disease states, 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.