Austin’s RxWiki Hires Top Talent to Accelerate Mobile Product Development

Austin, TX — November 30, 2016 — RxWiki Inc., a rapidly growing digital health company, today announced that it has hired two new directors to accelerate the company’s product development strategy.  
 
Steve Spry joins as Director of Mobile Development.  Prior to joining RxWiki, Mr. Spry was Director of Mobile Platform SDK Engineering at Austin-based Phunware Inc.  Prior to this, Spry held various engineering roles in Austin and Silicon Valley at companies such as Adobe Systems and Apple Computer.  Mr. Spry completed post graduate studies in Computer Science at Stanford University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from California State University.  

Robert Terrell joins as Director of Product Development.  Mr. Terrell has eight years of experience in healthcare technology and is widely recognized as the product manager responsible for creating the PocketRx mobile application at Praeses, a Shreveport, Louisiana software development company.  Mr. Terrell graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Louisiana at Lafayette and was awarded Outstanding Graduate in Business Administration.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve and Robert to our rapidly growing company.  We look forward to developing exciting new products as our network of Pharmacies continues to expand across North America,” said Chris Loughlin, CEO.

Mr. Spry and Mr. Terrell’s appointments come on the back of a string of new hires at RxWiki.  Alan Stickler joined the company in August as CTO. Previously Mr. Stickler served as Vice President Data & Knowledge at McKesson Specialty Health.  Katie Smith joined the company in October as HR Manager, moving from SpareFoot where she served as HR Generalist.

RxWiki is hiring digital marketing experts and outstanding inside sales representatives in Austin, TX, for more information visit http://www.rxwiki.com/company/#careers

About RxWiki Inc.
RxWiki Inc. (www.rxwiki.com) is a rapidly growing Digital Health company connecting pharmacies and patients through its Digital Pharmacist SaaS platform and original Pharmacist written and verified content. RxWiki’s Digital Pharmacist platform powers the websites and mobile applications of 1,400 pharmacy brands. Patients can manage their medications, complete digital refills and engage with medication adherence programs. RxWiki’s original Pharmacist written and verified content includes 20,000 original health articles, 7,500 health-related videos, 100 disease condition channels. More than 3,700 community pharmacies and national health brands such as Health Mart and Health Media Network license this content to engage and educate their patients. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas.