For nearly 35 years Computer-Rx has provided software solutions to community pharmacies throughout the U.S.  Starting as one pharmacist’s solution to ease his own frustrations with his software, we have grown to partner with thousands of pharmacies all over the United States. Community pharmacy drives everything we do.

Computer-Rx began as a family owned and operated business, with Roger and Carol Warkentine at the helm. Early in the life of Computer-Rx, Roger realized that customer support and success were going to be the foundation in which his business would grow. He understood that when you take care of your customers and enable them to thrive, your business will also grow—a lesson that he instilled in all of his employees for more than thirty years.

Today, Lauren Warkentine leads our team, and we've partnered with some great names in the industry. However, this has not changed our priorities. We still value customers and their needs above all else. Customer feedback and input drive our innovation cycle, ensuring that as our solutions evolve they continue to create growth and efficiency for all of our pharmacy partners. 

Computer-Rx's Leadership Team

 

Lauren Warkentine

Lauren Warkentine

President 

Amy Nolen

Amy Nolen

VP of Accounting

 

Biller Miller

Billy Miller

VP of Technology

Russell Murrow

Russell Murrow

VP of Sales and Marketing

Ryan Smith

Ryan Smith

VP of Customer Success

 

The Latest News from Computer-Rx 

Computer-Rx and Rx30 Partner with Updox to Improve Communications between Pharmacies, Physicians, and Patients

This new partnership provides community pharmacies with tools to enhance star ratings, engage patients, drive new revenue, and manage workflows for more efficient clinical care. MOORE, OK – July 21, 2017 – Computer-Rx and Rx30 have partnered with Updox, the industry leader for care...Read more

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