The Alliance Pharmacy
44 Bond Street
Westbury, NY 11590
Phone: (516) 876-0100
Vincent is the Co-Founder and President of Positudes, Inc., June 2000 now dba The Alliance Pharmacy. As President and Director of Pharmacy for The Alliance Pharmacy, he is responsible for all Pharmacy and Wholesale Distribution Services and Operations.
Vincent graduated St. Johns University Pharmacy School in 1981. He has the unique distinction of having over 35 years of Professional experience in healthcare industry along with a life time of experience as a person living with Severe Hemophilia B. He holds active Pharmacist licensure in 10 states and maintains in good standing approximately 100 professional licenses for The Alliance Pharmacy.
He is married to Maryann for over 35 years, has 2 Children and 2 grandchildren.
Roger Maris Cancer Center Pharmacy
820 4th St. N
Fargo, ND 58122
Phone: (701) 234-6142
Mark is currently a Director of Payer Relations for the Hemophilia Alliance, serving the Western United States.
Mark is a graduate of the NDSU College of Pharmacy in Fargo North Dakota. He is the past President of the Hemophilia Alliance Group Purchasing Organization and the past Chairman of the Board of the Hemophilia Alliance.
Mark was Pharmacy Manager of the Roger Maris Cancer Center Pharmacy in Fargo North Dakota for over two decades. Responsibilities included oversite and maintenance of their USP 797-compliant pharmacy clean room as well as their outpatient oncology pharmacy and 340b Hemophilia Clotting Factor Program.
Mark served as adjunct faculty for the NDSU College of Pharmacy. At the North Dakota State College of Science, he taught Institutional Pharmacy Practice as an on-campus instructor and Pharmacology as a web-based instructor for their pharmacy technician program.
Mark is also a Past President of the North Dakota Society of Health Systems Pharmacists and a past delegate to ASHP. He was named North Dakota’s Health System Pharmacist of the Year in 2018
Mark and his wife, Stacy, have two grown sons who are both married as well as one grandson. Mark enjoys golfing, woodworking and spending time on the water at their lake home.
Joe Bailey is the Pharmacist-In-Charge for BloodCenter of Wisconsin / Comprehensive Center for Bleeding Disorders in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In addition to working with the HTC’s 340b specialty pharmacy, Joe also serves as BCW’s Designated Representative for drug wholesale distribution operations. Joe obtained his PharmD from Purdue University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2010 and is currently pursuing an MBA with healthcare emphasis from West Texas A&M University.
He has experience in community pharmacy management, is an associate professor in the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and has been working with bleeding disorder management in specialty pharmacy and wholesale distribution for over 5 years. He holds pharmacist licensure in WI, IL, IN, and MI and engages in wholesale distribution activities in WI, IL, and IA.
Sean started his career in healthcare in 1986 when he was the administrator for an individual private practice in New York City. He was then recruited to be the administrator of a multispecialty group, before being recruited to larger and more complex groups. Before leaving New York, Sean served as the Chief Financial Officer for a large Ophthalmology group with multiple locations, A retail store and an Ambulatory Surgery Center.
Upon Relocating to Florida, Sean was the Manager of Physician Services at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, a position that was created for him. He was at Moffitt for five years before being recruited to the University of South Florida, where he served as the Business Manager for the Department of Internal Medicine and the Hemophilia Treatment Center. Sean is active in his community and serves on several boards including The Alliance Pharmacy.
Sean is an avid hunter of new experiences and exotic places to visit. He has visited six continents with his wife and two daughters. He is constantly looking for the right bait to capture the Northern Lights and Antarctica, two experiences that elude him.