Holly Russo, RN, MSN, MS, ECS
CaptureRx Interim President
Holly brings more than 40 years of healthcare industry expertise to her role as Interim President of CaptureRx. In addition, Holly continues to serve as President and CEO of PatientCraft.
Holly has a passion for 340B program compliance and optimization, education and training, technology integration, data analytics, and pharmacy benefits management just to name a few.
As a registered nurse, Holly’s care and concern for her patients is matched only by her care and concern for her employees and her customers…..and for her three dogs!
Chief Technology Officer
Originally from Spain, Franc came to the USA at the young age of 15. With a language barrier holding him back from communicating in his new home, Franc found an interest in technology as a means to express himself – learning to write code at just 15 years of age.
Since then, Franc has worked in a variety of industries including Telecom, Banking, Finance, Healthcare and Marketing Analytics. He likes to be humble and define himself as “a jack of all trades and master of none,” – however, his 26 years of expertise in software development and customization begs to differ. Although once a former director at Nielsen TMG, Franc has spent the majority of his career working for startups, creating new lines of business and products.
It was through a colleague at one of these startups, E-tran, that Franc was led to CaptureRx. What originally began as a desire to conquer new industries, befitting of a Spanish Conquistador, Franc viewed CaptureRx and the healthcare industry as just another stepping stone in his career. Several years later and CTO as his title, Franc is content where he is, drawn to the Capture culture and the impact we have on the healthcare community.
It is through his desire to help the community that for the past 10 years, Franc and his wife have been involved in the Gift Giving Project, part of the Stanford education system. The charity helps to connect kids with sponsors that will donate money, garments or toys to the needy children of the Stanford, Connecticut region. Don’t worry, I thought Stanford was only in California too.
Chief Financial Officer
Rich (even he mispronounces his last name) “Woj”cik, is a trusted and driven ﬁnancial executive with an extensive background in strategic planning, budgeting and corporate ﬁnance.
After what started as a promising career at Dell, a close family member to Rich was diagnosed with an unexpected illness – requiring Rich and his family to move back to his home state and leave his career in technology behind. It was then that Rich found a job in healthcare, and has since never looked back.
He now has over 15 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, the last two of which he spent at CaptureRx. While working with W.L. Gore and Associates in the medical device industry, Rich was the financial leader of a new product group that brought $1.991B over the last 12 years and $8.672B over the next 15 years to commercialization.
Rich is actively involved in fund raising for the local community as well as being a functional member in the Assistance League San Antonio. Rich is also an avid baseball fan, having coached high school baseball for the past 25 years. And if you’re looking to find Rich outside of work, you’ll catch him on the golf course or spending time with his family.
Terry Copeland, RPh., MBA
Chief Operations Officer
Terry is the kind of person who changes the energy of the room when he walks in. Never one to moan or complain, you’ll find him with a constant smile on his face and ready to engage in banter with whoever dare challenge him.
At times Terry can be difficult to understand, he is after all bilingual, fluent in both English and Southern Drawl. Terry is a graduate of the Pharmacy School of Samford University and Business/Public Health from the University of Alabama-Birmingham (hence the Southern Drawl!).
Terry is a Registered Pharmacist, 340B ACE and holds certifications in Process Improvement. Overall, he has been involved in the Healthcare industry for 28 years and directly in the 340B service provider space since 2008. After college graduation, Terry worked with Cardinal Health in many capacities, including opening and operating retail pharmacies for Community Health Centers & other Safety-Net providers.
Terry’s passion for helping people led him down a career path in the healthcare industry. He feels his passion truly connected him to CaptureRx and to our overall mission of “Lives Served.”
Favorite Quote – “If you’re too comfortable, you’re not growing.”
Vice President, Sales
David “Got-A-Jet-Ski” decided to pursue a career in healthcare early on in his life, attending the Louisiana State University and the University of LA – Monroe College of Pharmacy. After graduation, David has 30 years of extensive experience in many areas of healthcare, serving customers and patients in several senior leadership roles, including leading both domestic and international operations and sales.
David’s desire to improve patient outcomes led him to CaptureRx, particularly to our ‘unique lives’ ideology. Our measurement of success is not the revenue we gain, but the number of lives we can impact. David’s quote that he works by is to “Just do the right thing because it’s right” and we will always win!
David is a member of A.C.H.E., HFMA, ASHP, TSHP, and LSHP. For fun, David enjoys grilling, spending pool and beach time with family and friends, tennis, golf and is an avid sports fan – particularly when it comes to the Texans, Astros and the LSU Tigers.
Becky Simeon, Ph.D.
VP, Human Resources
Becky has spent more than 25 years in human resources, helping create a development-focused culture in which high performing, highly engaged employees exceed business objectives while also being enabled to achieve personal career goals. Becky and her team attack each day with such passion that it’s no wonder CaptureRx was awarded Top Workplace in San Antonio by San Antonio Express-News. She even keeps toys on her desk to help you relax and feel more comfortable when speaking. Hey! Work doesn’t have to be boring, folks.