Tim Reel, a self-described "lowly staff pharmacist" at OptumRx, spurred a change in state law that led to $20 million in donations of unused prescription medications to low-income and uninsured Kansans.
Tim Reel, a self-described "lowly staff pharmacist" at OptumRx, spurred a change in state law that led to $20 million in donations of unused prescription medications to low-income and uninsured Kansans. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Tim Reel, a self-described "lowly staff pharmacist" at OptumRx, spurred a change in state law that led to $20 million in donations of unused prescription medications to low-income and uninsured Kansans. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

A 'lowly staff pharmacist' had an idea. It led to $20M in free meds for poor Kansans.

March 13, 2018 10:00 AM