OneroRx
Inc.

A leading provider
of telepharmacy services
focused on underserved
“pharmacy desert” markets

At OneroRX, we are dedicated to restoring quality, affordable pharmacy care to underserved communities. Our efficient telepharmacy operations enable us to re-establish pharmacy care in these neglected markets, immediately and positively impacting community health and wellness.

Who We Are

We believe that quality pharmacy care is so much more than simple prescription fulfillment. Many of today’s consumers rely on their pharmacist to be a trusted source of medical and pharmaceutical information. By leveraging today’s technology, we offer a holistic and integrated approach to pharmacy patient care that combines telepharmacy services, prescription counseling, prescription delivery, and a digital e-commerce platform to meet the pharmaceutical and healthcare needs of underserved communities.

As a leading provider of telepharmacy services, we provide a pharmacy patient care lifeline to those living in urban communities and rural areas without access to a neighborhood drugstore – “pharmacy deserts”. Our unique business model is able to profitably serve this market by leveraging technology through our innovative hub and spoke model.

Our team is focused on one goal: promoting patient health and wellness in underserved communities.

Who We Serve

We currently provide personalized, quality pharmacy care to more than 175,000 customers in urban communities and rural areas in four states.

There is no pharmacy within reach for many Americans living in similar markets, either because the locally owned pharmacy has shuttered, or a traditional chain pharmacy has moved out of the area.

These individuals live in what is known as a “Pharmacy Desert”.

Like “food deserts”, where it is difficult to buy affordable or good-quality fresh food, “pharmacy deserts” exist in communities lacking ready access to prescription medications and pharmacy advice. In fact, recent research indicates there may be nearly 100 million Americans without sufficient access to a nearby neighborhood pharmacy.

Without this access, residents in these communities face significant obstacles in obtaining vital prescription medications and accessing much-needed information relating to drug interactions, dosage, and potential side effects.

175k
Patients

Served

Hub & Spoke

The OneroRX telepharmacy advantage

Similar to a virtual doctor visit, a telepharmacy consultation utilizes video conferencing technology via mobile phone, tablet or computer to provide essential pharmacy services at the customer’s convenience.

Through a virtual connection to our licensed pharmacists or pharmacy technicians, we offer personalized pharmacy patient care and counseling in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

We also offer in-person consultation, where patients can speak directly with a pharmacy technician or connect via video conference with one of our licensed pharmacists.

Following an in-person or video pharmacy consultation, patient prescriptions can be picked up on-site or delivered.

Virtual Consultation
  • An efficient virtual consultation process 
  • Cost-effective solution for managing overhead
  • No proprietary technology needed; connect via video conferencing
  • Ability to provide pharmacy care to underserved communities
Personalized Care
  • Convenient pharmacy consultation at patient’s home or on-site
  • Free prescription delivery or on-site pickup
  • Telepharmacy site and pharmacy technician in the local community and available to answer questions on-site

At OneroRX, we promote patient health and wellness through a holistic integrated approach to pharmacy patient care.

Long-term prescription usage can cause chronic health problems. And for some patients, pharmacologic treatments may lead to drug-induced nutrient depletion, a potentially serious health condition requiring dietary supplements to restore nutrient deficiencies.

Our licensed pharmacists and pharmacy technicians consider our patients’ health in a holistic manner, reviewing the safety and efficacy of current medications and recommending the most appropriate course of therapy. For patients taking multiple prescriptions, supplementary dietary and wellness products may be indicated to prevent nutrient deficiencies. To address this often-underdiagnosed need, we provide nutrients, supplements, and health and beauty aids through our digital e-commerce ecosystem.

Holistic patient care also takes into consideration the physical supplies patients need. At OneroRx, we aim to add convenience for our patients and improve medication adherence.

Our licensed pharmacists and pharmacy technicians consider our patients’ health in a holistic manner, reviewing the complete needs for each prescription medication, and medical condition. From diabetic testing strips to insulin coolers, bandages to crutches, we offer complete medical supply needs through our digital e-commerce ecosystem.

Leadership

Our management team has many decades of experience in founding, leading and growing businesses within the healthcare industry.

Board Member and Majority Shareholder

John Pappajohn

Mr. Pappajohn has served on the Board of Directors of OneroRx since July 2018 and brings vast experience to OneroRx having been involved in over 100 startups and over 50 IPOs.

Mr. Pappajohn has served on the Board of Directors of OneroRx since July 2018 and brings vast experience to OneroRx having been involved in over 100 startups, over 50 IPOs and has served as a director of over 40 public companies. Since 1969, he has been the President and sole owner of Pappajohn Capital Resources, a venture capital firm, and President and sole owner of Equity Dynamics, Inc., a financial consulting firm. From January 2014 to July 2019 Mr. Pappajohn was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cancer Genetics, Inc. He received his BSC from the College of Business Administration at the University of Iowa.
VP of Marketing

Melissa Chelf

Melissa brings over 15 years of marketing experience, with an emphasis on healthcare marketing, digital marketing, and website management.

Ms. Chelf serves as VP of Marketing at OneroRx. She has a Bachelors of Science degree in Marketing from University of Wisconsin and brings over 15 years of marketing experience with an emphasis in the healthcare industry and digital marketing.
Chairman, CEO & President

Joseph R. Dunham II

Joseph R. Dunham II, has served as a Board Member, CEO and President of OneroRx and its subsidiaries since July of 2019.

Mr. Dunham has served as CEO and President of OneroRx since July of 2019 and is a member of the Board of Directors. Prior to joining the company, he served in multiple executive leadership positions at several private and public healthcare companies. Previously he served as Chief Operating Officer of WebCare Health, an e-healthcare technology company. Prior to WebCare Health, he was Senior Vice President of Eurofins Scientific, Inc., a laboratory testing company. He has over 25 years of healthcare experience and has overseen over $1 billion of M&A and advisory transactions in the healthcare industry. He has a reputation for building management teams and growing companies. He also serves as an Advisory Board Member of Harvard Medical Technology, an e-healthcare technology company. He received his BA from Wartburg College and his MBA from Drake University.
Chief Financial Officer

Austin Tolander

Austin is responsible for all of the company’s financial functions including accounting, audit, treasury and corporate finance.

Austin Tolander joined OneroRx as Chief Financial Officer in September of 2021 with over 13 years of experience as a finance and operations professional. Prior to joining the company, he served as Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Secretary of the board at a digital healthcare company that provided a remote patient monitoring software solution to healthcare systems. He was responsible for financial planning & analysis, investor relations, strategic partnerships, and human resources. He also has five years’ experience in public accounting focusing on audit, tax, and business valuation. He holds a Certified Public Accountant professional designation. He graduated with honors from the Ivy College of Business at Iowa State University with a Master of Accounting degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance.
Chief Operating Officer, Chief Pharmacy Officer, and Board Member

Adonis Ducre

Adonis Ducre is responsible for all of the Pharmacy’s sales and operations; including end-to-end management of all pharmacy and clinical sales activities.

Mr. Ducre has served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Pharmacy Officer of OneroRx since July 2016 and is a member of the Board of Directors. Prior to joining the company, he held various pharmaceutical positions over a 10-year span at Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. He has an in-depth knowledge of the pharmacy industry and strong experience in end-to-end management of pharmacy activities and clinical sales. He is responsible for all the pharmacy’s sales and operations. He received his BS in Chemistry from Grambling State University, his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and his MBA from DePaul University.
VP of Business Development, Regional Manager, Pharmacist

Michael Wolnerman, RPh, CCIM

Michael Wolnerman is responsible for new business development and overseeing multiple pharmacy locations.

Michael Wolnerman comes to OneroRx with a wide range of experiences, both professionally and through his community service, all of which prepared him to be a powerful catalyst for OneroRx.

As a Pharmacist and businessman, Michael has the qualities to introduce OneroRx and its solutions to the broader Pharmacy community all to help people heal their bodies.

Prior to joining OneroRx, Michael has served as President for the Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines and was Chairperson for the Board of Health in the State of Iowa, appointed by the last four Governors and currently sits on the Board of Health. He belongs to the Rotary Club of Des Moines, Iowa Pharmacy Association, American Pharmacy Association, National DeltaRx Board at Drake University; he is a Graduate of the Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute and was recognized as the Business Records 40 Under 40 inauguration class.

Michael owned Urbandale Pharmacy, Franklin Pharmacy, Your-Med LTC, worked as Pharmacy Manager for Walgreens in Iowa and OSCO in Illinois and participated in the successful sale of OutcomesMTM to Cardinal Health. He most recently worked with the Business Development Teams of AssistRx and etectRx. He has a Pharmacy Degree from Drake University and his Certified Commercial Investment Member designation. His wife was born and raised in Des Moines, Iowa and they have one young son. Michael's older son and daughter in law reside near Detroit, Michigan and own Bea's Detroit.

Board Member

Gov. Terry E. Branstad

U.S. Ambassador to China (2017-2020); Longest serving governor in U.S. history.

Terry E. Branstad is the former U.S. Ambassador to China and the longest serving governor in American history.

A native of Leland, Iowa, Branstad was elected three times to the Iowa House of Representatives, as Iowa’s lieutenant governor in 1978, and as Iowa’s youngest governor in 1983. As the state’s chief executive and longest serving governor from 1983 to 1999, Governor Branstad weathered some of Iowa’s worst economic turmoil during the farm crisis of the 1980s, while helping lead the state’s resurgence to a booming economy in the 1990s.
At the end of his tenure, Iowa enjoyed record employment, an unprecedented $900 million budget surplus, and the enactment of historic government overhauls that led to greater efficiencies in state government. As a result of Governor Branstad’s hands-on, round-the- clock approach to economic development, Iowa’s unemployment rate went from 8.5 percent when he took office to a record low 2.5 percent when he left office in 1999. Following his four terms as governor, Branstad served as president of Des Moines University (DMU). During his 6-year tenure, he was able to grow the university into a world-class educational facility and send its graduates to offer health care in all 50 U.S. sates while also becoming the first college in the U.S. to receive the Platinum Level of Recognition from the Wellness Council of America.
In October of 2009, sensing a need for change in the way state government operates and wanting to “lead Iowa’s comeback,” Branstad retired from DMU and was re-elected governor in 2010.

During his second tenure as Iowa governor from 2010 to 2017, Governor Branstad signed historic investments in Iowa’s infrastructure into law, including Iowa’s roads and bridges, as well as the innovative Connect Every Acre Plan that expanded high-speed broadband internet to Iowa’s agriculture industry, schools, businesses and homes.

On December 7, 2016, Governor Branstad announced that he had accepted the nomination from President-elect Donald Trump to serve as Ambassador of the United States to the People’s Republic of China. He was sworn in as Ambassador on May 24, 2017.

Ambassador Branstad served as U.S. Ambassador to China during one of the most challenging periods in recent U.S.-China history since the two countries re-established diplomatic relations in 1979. Under his leadership during unprecedented crises including the COVID-19 outbreak and the Chinese government’s closure of the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu, Ambassador Branstad led the largest drawdown of a single diplomatic mission in U.S. State Department history while evacuating over 1,300 staff members from China. He also created the Personal Protective Equipment for America Taskforce, which delivered 5,000 tons of urgently needed medical supplies to the U.S. to combat COVID-19.

During his tenure, Ambassador Branstad’s two greatest achievements were the signing of the historic Phase One Trade Agreement between the U.S. and China in January of 2020 and successfully lobbying the Chinese government to stem the flow of fentanyl into America. The Phase One Trade deal secured $200 billion in Chinese commitments to purchase U.S. goods and services in the agriculture, manufacturing, energy, and other sectors, achieved stricter enforcement of Intellectual Property protections, and opened up China’s restrictive financial sector to U.S. banks and other financial services companies. Moreover, the Chinese government’s decision to schedule fentanyl as a controlled substance in May of 2019 virtually stopped fentanyl shipments into the U.S., saving thousands of American lives.
In addition to serving as U.S. Ambassador, Branstad has also served as the Co-Chair of the Council of Governors appointed by President Barack Obama, as Commissioner and Chairman respectively of the White House Fellows Program and Commission for Excellence in Special Education appointed by President George W. Bush, and as Trustee of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation appointed by President Ronald Reagan.

Branstad received a B.A. from The University of Iowa and a J.D. from Drake University Law School. Of the many factors behind his continued success in politics, academia, and the non- profit and corporate board worlds, Ambassador Branstad has always stuck to one personal mantra he often repeats, “Tough times never last, but tough people do.”

Board Member

Gregory J. Johansen

Founder and President of GRX.

Gregory J. Johansen has served as a member of our board of directors since November 2021. Mr. Johansen is the President of our subsidiary, GRX, which he founded and where he has served as President since 1983. He is currently the lead director of Central South Bancshares and Peoples Bank, positions he has held since December of 2010 and April of 2011, respectively, and where he serves as vice-chair and treasurer and as a member of the Compliance Committee and the Loan and Investment Committee. Mr. Johansen also is an advisory board member of The Wittern Group, a company with operations in vending machine manufacturing, software, and finance, where he has served since March of 2019. Previously, he was Senior Vice President, Pharmacy Solutions, of Medicine Shoppe International, a franchisor of apothecary-style pharmacies inside and outside of the U.S., from 2004 to 2006. Prior to that, Mr. Johansen served in various senior and management positions for Medicap Pharmacies, Incorporated, a pharmacy franchise company, from 1985 to 2005. Mr. Johansen’s prior work experience also includes service as a pharmacist. Mr. Johansen is a trustee for Drake University, where he has served as chair of the Academic Affairs Committee, as co-chair of the Teaching and Learning Committee and as a member of the Execution Committee. Mr. Johansen has a BS in Pharmacy from the Drake University College of Pharmacy.

A native of Leland, Iowa, Branstad was elected three times to the Iowa House of Representatives, as Iowa’s lieutenant governor in 1978, and as Iowa’s youngest governor in 1983. As the state’s chief executive and longest serving governor from 1983 to 1999, Governor Branstad weathered some of Iowa’s worst economic turmoil during the farm crisis of the 1980s, while helping lead the state’s resurgence to a booming economy in the 1990s.
At the end of his tenure, Iowa enjoyed record employment, an unprecedented $900 million budget surplus, and the enactment of historic government overhauls that led to greater efficiencies in state government. As a result of Governor Branstad’s hands-on, round-the- clock approach to economic development, Iowa’s unemployment rate went from 8.5 percent when he took office to a record low 2.5 percent when he left office in 1999. Following his four terms as governor, Branstad served as president of Des Moines University (DMU). During his 6-year tenure, he was able to grow the university into a world-class educational facility and send its graduates to offer health care in all 50 U.S. sates while also becoming the first college in the U.S. to receive the Platinum Level of Recognition from the Wellness Council of America.
In October of 2009, sensing a need for change in the way state government operates and wanting to “lead Iowa’s comeback,” Branstad retired from DMU and was re-elected governor in 2010.

During his second tenure as Iowa governor from 2010 to 2017, Governor Branstad signed historic investments in Iowa’s infrastructure into law, including Iowa’s roads and bridges, as well as the innovative Connect Every Acre Plan that expanded high-speed broadband internet to Iowa’s agriculture industry, schools, businesses and homes.

On December 7, 2016, Governor Branstad announced that he had accepted the nomination from President-elect Donald Trump to serve as Ambassador of the United States to the People’s Republic of China. He was sworn in as Ambassador on May 24, 2017.

Ambassador Branstad served as U.S. Ambassador to China during one of the most challenging periods in recent U.S.-China history since the two countries re-established diplomatic relations in 1979. Under his leadership during unprecedented crises including the COVID-19 outbreak and the Chinese government’s closure of the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu, Ambassador Branstad led the largest drawdown of a single diplomatic mission in U.S. State Department history while evacuating over 1,300 staff members from China. He also created the Personal Protective Equipment for America Taskforce, which delivered 5,000 tons of urgently needed medical supplies to the U.S. to combat COVID-19.

During his tenure, Ambassador Branstad’s two greatest achievements were the signing of the historic Phase One Trade Agreement between the U.S. and China in January of 2020 and successfully lobbying the Chinese government to stem the flow of fentanyl into America. The Phase One Trade deal secured $200 billion in Chinese commitments to purchase U.S. goods and services in the agriculture, manufacturing, energy, and other sectors, achieved stricter enforcement of Intellectual Property protections, and opened up China’s restrictive financial sector to U.S. banks and other financial services companies. Moreover, the Chinese government’s decision to schedule fentanyl as a controlled substance in May of 2019 virtually stopped fentanyl shipments into the U.S., saving thousands of American lives.
In addition to serving as U.S. Ambassador, Branstad has also served as the Co-Chair of the Council of Governors appointed by President Barack Obama, as Commissioner and Chairman respectively of the White House Fellows Program and Commission for Excellence in Special Education appointed by President George W. Bush, and as Trustee of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation appointed by President Ronald Reagan.

Branstad received a B.A. from The University of Iowa and a J.D. from Drake University Law School. Of the many factors behind his continued success in politics, academia, and the non- profit and corporate board worlds, Ambassador Branstad has always stuck to one personal mantra he often repeats, “Tough times never last, but tough people do.”

Board Member

Paul Juffer

CFO, CPA, Managing Partner of LWBJ.

Paul is a seasoned executive with more than 35 years of leadership experience in all aspects of business and financial operations. He joined LWBJ as a partner and shareholder in 1997 and is the firm’s Managing Partner. Paul serves as client service partner for many of the firms larger CPA clients and provides business advisory and succession, M&A and investment banking services to the firm’s consulting clients.

Through LWBJ, Paul served as CFO for several successful emerging technology companies. Prior to joining LWBJ, Paul served as CFO for a venture backed technology company located in the University of Iowa Research Park and was a senior manager at KPMG. Paul is a certified CPA in Series 7, 24, 63, 79, and 82 registrations as a registered representative of StillPoint Capital.* He has a BBA with a major in Accounting, University of Iowa.

National Advisory Member, Drake University School of Business and Public Administration

Board Member

Shelley L. Boyce

Shelley L. Boyce is the former Chair and CEO and the Founder of MedRisk.

Shelley L. Boyce is the former Chair and CEO and the Founder of MedRisk, a healthcare company that revolutionized the management of physical medicine. She grew it from a start-up with no revenue into a $2 billion-plus company with 1,000 employees before stepping down in 2020 as Chair to mentor others who aspire to start and grow organizations.

Shelley works with the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship Board, the University of Delaware, and others to help entrepreneurs launch, grow, and manage companies. She also serves on not-for-profit and for-profit boards and invests in philanthropic, healthcare, and educational organizations.

She dedicates time and energy to her two alma maters, especially supporting fund raising and scholarship efforts. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Virginia and her MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Married to Daniel J. Boyce, Shelley has three grown children and lives in the Philadelphia area. She can be reached via email at Shelley4113@icloud.com.

Our Strategy

Our disciplined growth strategy combines the scalable advantages of regional hub-and-spoke telepharmacy networks with leverageable and cost-efficient telepharmacy services. Our deliberate approach targets areas overlooked or abandoned by traditional large pharmacy chains, providing much-needed patient care in rural areas and urban communities that lack a local pharmacy.
To build and expand our hub-and-spoke networks of telepharmacies, we identify and acquire profitable independent pharmacies in underserved markets with favorable telepharmacy regulations.

We specifically seek to establish our presence in communities with access to a local health provider without a traditional chain pharmacy. We prefer to locate our telepharmacies in areas with proximity to physicians and employer workspaces, as these locations typically offer a steady stream of pharmacy-specific patients that initially utilize our services out of necessity and subsequently become our long-term patients.

Staffed by a licensed pharmacist, a hub site in our network serves as a centralized location to fill prescriptions, counsel patients, and supervise pharmacy technicians in our spoke locations. This model allows us to spread the cost of a pharmacist over multiple telepharmacies, generating significant savings with no compromise to patient care.

Our digital e-commerce platform complements our telepharmacy services by providing dietary supplements, nutrients, medical supplies, and health and beauty products that promote patient health and wellness.

telepharmacy online pharmacy
Corporate Social Responsibility

Integrated pharmacy services

for those who need it most

For OneroRX, corporate social responsibility is at the core of our mission:  We provide integrated pharmacy services to promote patient health and wellness in underserved communities.

We understand the value of the patient-pharmacist relationship and how vital a local pharmacy is to the health of a community. That is why we are solely dedicated to reducing the void in pharmacy patient care that exists today in many rural areas and urban communities.

By re-establishing pharmacy care in these markets, we immediately and positively impact the communities in which we operate, promoting the health and wellness of those most in need.

Resources

Contact Us

Company Contact:

Joseph Dunham, OneroRx

CEO and President

joseph@onerorx.com

Investor Contact:

Lynn Morgen, ADVISIRY Partners

lynn.morgen@advisiry.com

Locations

Local Health Pharmacy

2545 W Diversey Ave,
Ste.104,
Chicago, Illinois 60647

Local Health Pharmacy – Harvey

31 W 155th St,
Harvey, Illinois 60426

Abingdon Telepharmacy

503 S Commercial Dr,
Sheffield, Illinois 61361

Elmwood Telepharmacy

108 East Main St,
Elmwood, Illinois 61529

Sheffield Telepharmacy

134 S Main St,
Sheffield, Illinois 61361

CAMFormulas & BioActive Nutrients Warehouse

1100 N. Hickory Blvd, Suite 105
Pleasant Hill, IA 50327

Erie Telepharmacy

707 Main St,
Erie, Illinois 61250

Peterson Pharmacy

727 Water Ave,
Hillsboro, WI 54634

Wood River Pharmacy

122 W. Madison Ave
Grantsburg, WI 54840

Schott’s Pharmacy

800 W. Bluff Street
Marseilles, IL 61341

Medley – Sinks Pharmacy

14 Locations in 7 Missouri counties

Insights

Local Health Pharmacy

CAM

Formulas

BioActive Nutrients