Terry Copeland, RPh., MBA
Chief Operations Officer
Terry Copeland is the Chief Operating Officer at NEC Networks, LLC dba CaptureRx. Terry joined CaptureRx in 2018.
In this role, Terry has responsibility for all aspects of internal and external client operations functions as well as executive responsibility for CaptureRx’s products, programs, and services. In this role the departments that Terry has responsibility for include, Product Management team, Customer Support Services team, Implementation team, Client Management, Strategic Accounts, Strategic Programs, Retail Programs, Operations, and Process Improvement. In addition, he serves as the executive member of CaptureRx’s Compliance Committee.
Previously at Capture Rx, Terry served as Vice President of Operations where he had responsibility for the implementation, customer support center, IT service management, and product management teams.
Immediately prior to joining CaptureRx, Terry worked at HCA Healthcare as the Division Director of Pharmacy Operations for the Methodist Healthcare System in San Antonio, TX. In this role, Terry helped lead pharmacy supply chain and patient care operations at the nine hospitals within the division. He was also responsible for leading the IV fluid supply chain procurement and distribution efforts during Hurricane Harvey.
Prior to working at HCA Healthcare, Terry worked at Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health is a top 14 company in the Fortune 500 of US corporations. In his 17+ years at Cardinal, Terry had various progressive leadership roles from Director of Pharmacy to Regional Director of Pharmacy Operations and Account Management, culminating in his role as the Product Leader for Outpatient Pharmacy & Central Fill Services. In this role he was responsible for product and service development as well as on-going operations for this business line in the United States. In this role, Terry led the development, implementation and operation of two new multi-million-dollar service lines for the company.
Terry holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the McWhorter School of Pharmacy at Samford University as well as a Master’s in Business Administration and Master’s in Public Health from the University of Alabama-Birmingham.