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Snyder makes appointment, reappointments to Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
November 24, 2014
Monday, Nov. 24, 2014
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Brian Peltz, of Dearborn Heights, and the reappointments of Andrew Mac, of Plymouth, and Tina Tanner, of Montague, to the Michigan Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Housed within the Michigan Department of Community Health, the 11-member board advises the department on issues affecting prescription drug coverage for its various health care programs.
"These appointees are experienced health care professionals and I appreciate the insights they bring to the committee," said Snyder.
Peltz is director of pharmacy and Medicaid for Henry Ford Health System Community Care Services. He also served as director of pharmacy for Pharmacy Systems Inc. Peltz earned a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and a master’s degree in health system pharmacy administration from Wayne State University. He represents pharmacists and replaces Michael Crowe.
Mac is the vice president of pharmacy operations for Sav-On Drugs Inc. He served as director of pharmacy operations for Specialized Pharmacy Services-West and director of pharmacy operations for Sav-On Drugs. Mac earned a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from Wayne State University. He continues to represent pharmacists.
Tanner is a family physician with Spectrum Health Hesperia Medical Center. She worked as a physician with Muskegon Family Care, Baldwin Family Heath Care and Shelby Family Care Center. She is president of the Michigan Academy of Family Physicians. Tanner earned a bachelor’s degree in biomedical science from Western Michigan University and a medical degree with an emphasis on rural family medicine from Michigan State University. She continues to represent physicians.
Appointees will serve two-year terms expiring Oct. 1, 2016. Their appointments are not subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.