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CVS Health COO Jonathan Roberts to retire

Jonathan Roberts will retire as COO of CVS Health in June; his successor has not been named.
Jon Roberts, COO, CVS Health
Jonathan Roberts, COO, CVS Health

Jonathan Roberts will retire as chief operating officer of CVS Health in June, the company announced.

CVS said it does not plan to hire a new COO at this time.

Roberts has been responsible for overseeing operations for CVS Pharmacy, MinuteClinic and Omnicare, as well as information technology for the company.

Roberts has more than 30 years of pharmacy health care experience. 

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Prior to assuming the COO role for CVS Health in March 2017, Roberts served as president of CVS Caremark, the company’s Pharmacy Benefit Management business. In this role, he and his team focused on helping the company’s PBM clients improve health care outcomes for their members while managing overall health care costs.

Before being appointed as president of CVS Caremark in 2012, Roberts served as COO of the PBM business. Roberts also served as executive vice president of pharmacy purchasing pricing and network relations from 2009 to 2010 and senior vice president and chief information officer from 2006 until 2008. Prior to that, he held a variety of key leadership roles in the company’s retail business, CVS Pharmacy, including senior vice president of store operations from 2002 until 2005.

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