AMARILLO, Texas, March 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Maxor National Pharmacy Services, LLC (“Maxor”), a leading pharmacy services platform, today announced that it has named Leah Bailey as General Counsel.  Bailey will serve as corporate counsel for all divisions of the company.

With more than 13 years of experience in corporate law, including the previous 8 years focused on health care, Bailey joins the Maxor team coming from Prime Therapeutics. During her tenure at Prime, Bailey advised the PBM, Specialty, and Mail Order business areas on regulatory and contractual matters.

“Leah’s background and knowledge in the pharmacy industry is very complementary to Maxor’s principal business units.  Leah will be a valuable addition to our leadership team and we look forward to working closely with her to grow our reach within the industry. Leah will be instrumental in leading Maxor in her role as General Counsel,” said Mike Ellis, CEO of Maxor.

Bailey holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Minnesota Law School, graduating in 2004. She made the transition to health care after working in house for a financial printer.  Prior to law school, Bailey worked as a case manager for homeless domestic violence victims and their children after having earned her Bachelor of Arts from SUNY Buffalo.

About Maxor
Established in 1926, Maxor is a leading pharmacy services platform that consists of three primary business segments: (i) MaxorPlus, providing client and patient-focused URAC accredited pharmacy benefit management (PBM) services with desired clinical outcomes; (ii) Maxor Specialty, IV Solutions, and Pharmaceutical Specialties, providing specialty pharmacy, respiratory, and home infusion services; accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care, The Joint Commission, and URAC for specialty pharmacy, respectively; and (iii) Maxor Pharmacy Management and Consulting Services, providing on-site outpatient pharmacy management, 340B audits, and consulting services to hospitals, health systems, Federally Qualified Health Plans, DSH hospitals, and self-funded employer groups.

These segments offer complementary services that aim to improve the health of patients and effectively manage pharmacy expenditures for Maxor’s patients and clients. More information on Maxor can be found by visiting

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