Mark Boesen is a founding partner. He is both a practicing pharmacist with three decades of service to his patients and a licensed attorney. He founded Boesen & Snow LLC with Allyson Snow to combine his expertise and passion in healthcare operations and management, healthcare public policy and government affairs. Mark is driven in his practice of pharmacy and law to support health care businesses and professionals when they need it most to solve problems by offering creative solutions. Clients are offered the value proposition of having an advisor who is an attorney with large law firm experience and a pharmacist with contemporary practice experience.
Prior to founding the firm, he served as an attorney on Quarles & Brady’s Health Law Group, and the Vice President of Operations, Regulatory, and Government Affairs for the Apothecary Shops Specialty Pharmacies (later known as Avella Specialty Pharmacy). Additionally, Mark served as Chairman and CEO of a large national mail-order pharmacy with brick-and-mortar locations across the US, including Puerto Rico.
Among the professional accomplishments Mark is most proud of serving as past President of the Arizona Pharmacy Association. receiving the Bowl of Hygeia award and Pharmacist of the Year from the Arizona Pharmacy Association. Mark recently presented the first “secondary appeal” in this history of the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) regarding proposed changes to the General Chapters on pharmacy compounding. He, along with his co-presenters, was successful in the postponement of the implementation of these chapters that would have resulted in negative impacts on compounding pharmacies and the patients they serve. Firm partner, Allyson Snow says of Mark, “I have often said there are many talented attorney’s that can research or recite the law. Attorneys who not only know the law, but truly understand the system and industry in which their clients operate, are special. That is Mark.”
Mark was born and raised in the Midwest and is a die-hard Chicago Cubs fan. Mark knows a ridiculous amount of information about the rules of baseball and served as a rules consultant for several private baseball organizations. Mark is happily married to his wife, Lisa, and they have twin teenage boys who make them proud daily.
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