Greg Reybold has been hired as director of healthcare policy and general counsel for American Pharmacy Cooperative Inc. In this role, he will work with APCI’s legislative team to develop healthcare policy at both the state and federal levels, as well as manage the co-op’s legal strategy.
A graduate of Emory University School of Law, Reybold is an experienced healthcare attorney and governmental affairs professional. Prior to joining APCI, he served as general counsel and vice president of public policy for the Georgia Pharmacy Association.
He also is a recognized expert and speaker on pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) issues and has consulted and advised several state and national organizations on PBM legislation.
“Greg Reybold has a strong history of developing legislation to monitor and regulate PBMs, and getting that legislation enacted into law,” said Tim Hamrick, APCI CEO. “We look forward to continuing the work he started in Georgia and expand PBM regulation in state legislatures across the country and in Congress.”
Headquartered in Bessemer, APCI is a member-owned cooperative for more than 1,800 member pharmacies in 26 states.