CEO of Pentec Health
Joe Cosgrove, Pentec Health’s Chairman, president & CEO, comes to his position backed by an award-winning career in health care. He entered the industry as a purchasing and sales consultant with Ketchum Distributors, which was later acquired by Neuman Health Services in Moonachie, New Jersey, and quickly advanced to become the director of pharmaceutical marketing and purchasing. In the year he left this position, Joe Cosgrove accepted an invitation to present a keynote address to the Canadian Consulate on strategic marketing for pharmaceutical companies.
Mr. Cosgrove also exceeded expectations as the director of marketing and strategic planning for the DuPont Pharmaceutical Company, where he achieved sales 40 percent above company goals. Subsequently promoted to sales director, his team exceeded the sales plan by 25 percent. He then transitioned to a similar position with Pharmasmarket.com, a Massachusetts company, and later became the executive director of corporate accounts and trade development with Cardinal Health, Inc. of Ohio, where he rose to an executive position after only one year.
While serving as vice president at Cardinal Health, he earned a number of accolades, including three years as finalist for the Healthcare Distribution Management Association’s (HDMA’s) Innovation for Success Award. Also a member of the Cardinal Health Top 50 Fast Track Executives from 2004 through 2007, he accepted his current position at Pentec Health the following year. Since that time, Joe Cosgrove has led Pentec to its outstanding ranking as one of Inc. magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the United States.
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