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Company Overview of J M Smith Corporation
J M Smith Corporation primarily engages in the wholesale distribution of drugs to independent pharmacies in the Southeastern United States. The company also offers chain and retail pharmacy management software systems for processing claims, reporting, managing inventory, and maintaining and updating data; software solutions for home medical equipment businesses; and institutional pharmacy management solutions for correction facility, assisted living facility, long-term care, and nursing home pharmacies. In addition, it engages in the sale, design, installation, and maintenance of hardware and software systems for customers in healthcare, government, education, financial, manufacturing, prope...
101 West Saint John Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306
Founded in 1925
Key Executives for J M Smith Corporation
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and President of QS/1
Market Analyst Manager of QS/1 and Healthcare Services Supervisor of QS/1
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
J M Smith Corporation Key Developments
Cardinal Health, Anda Inc., AmerisourceBergen Drug Corp. and J.M Smith Corp. to Disclose Pill Records
Oct 25 13
A Boone County judge ruled that four out-of-state drug companies must disclose their shipments of prescription pills to West Virginia pharmacies over the past five years. The drug wholesalers had resisted turning over the records. Boone Circuit Judge William Thompson's order follows a lawsuit filed last year by former state Attorney General Darrell McGraw. The lawsuit alleges that the drug distribution firms shipped excessive amounts of prescription painkillers to "pill mill" pharmacies in Southern West Virginia. Cagle had requested that the drug wholesalers disclose all shipments of controlled substances. However, the judge directed Cagle to limit his request to 20 specific prescription medications. The companies - Cardinal Health, Anda Inc., AmerisourceBergen Drug Corp. and J.M Smith Corp. - will have 30 days to turn over the shipping records. They must disclose every pharmacy in West Virginia to which they've delivered drugs. In June 2012, McGraw filed two lawsuits - one against Cardinal Health, and another against AmerisourceBergen and a dozen other out-of-state drug wholesalers. Nine of the drug distribution firms voluntarily turned over their shipping records, while four companies balked at Cagle's request.
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