CVS refreshes executive team

CVS Health tapped a new chief policy officer and leaders of its pharmacy services business and consumer business. 

On Jan. 12, CVS Health chose Sam Khichi, who was at Becton Dickinson, to replace Tom Moriarty, who is retiring from the chief policy officer role in April. About a week later, CVS said its former Sales and Marketing Executive Vice President David Joyner will return as executive vice president and president of pharmacy services, and replace Alan Lotvin, MD, who is also retiring in April. 

Amy Bricker, the former president of Express Scripts pharmacy benefits unit, will fill CVS Health's new role of chief product officer — consumer, according to a Jan. 23 news release. 

The appointments follow news of the retail pharmacy chain considering buying primary care business Oak Street Health after agreeing to pay about $8 billion to acquire Signify, a home health company. The Signify deal is expected to finalize in the first half of 2023.

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