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Janet E. Eagen, Vice President

Janet E. Eagen is the Vice President and co-founder of PECA, a healthcare consulting firm based in Cypress, CA.  Ms. Eagen has twenty-five years experience as a healthcare professional including eight years as PECA principal, three years as a clinical resource analyst at a national operations consulting firm and seventeen years experience in progressively responsible pharmacy positions at two major Southern California healthcare institutions.

In her most recent former position, Ms. Eagen's duties involved analysis of all systems and procedures associated with materials management including purchasing, inventory control, distribution, and product specifications. In these capacities, she conducted detailed value analysis, operational and financial studies, resulting in six to seven figure savings for each of her client hospitals.

Prior to this experience, her responsibilities included inventory management, contract negotiation and management, financial reporting, product consumption and staff training as both a pharmacy technician and buyer.  In these capacities, she was successful in realizing reduced acquisition costs, enhanced charge capture, decreased inventories, and enhanced service levels at both institutions.

Currently, Ms. Eagen is involved in all segments of PECA's consulting practice and has provided special emphasis to the design, development, and delivery of the pharmacy operations consulting practice. She has recently conducted a detailed analysis of the utilization and cost of drugs in treatment of A.I.D.S. to assist a client in forecasting future pharmaceutical expenditures and is conducting a current project to identify drug resource consumption by product line for a major Southern California hospital.

Ms. Eagen is also primarily responsible for the development of the PACERTM program, which assists hospitals in reducing expenses through application of value analysis techniques. This development has included development and management of the product data bases, quality assurance programs, design of the engagement programs, planning and conducting client in-service training programs, product line research, and maintenance of the clinical product specification data base. She serves as project manager for every PACERTM program.