Good Days Announces New Chief Operating Officer

Walgreens Specialty Pharma Executive Brings Industry Expertise to
Nation’s Leading Provider of Financial Help to Seriously Ill Americans

PLANO, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Good Days, one of the nation’s largest providers of financial help to
seriously ill Americans who cannot afford their medication, today
announced the hiring of Randall Odebralski as Chief Operating Officer.

Mr. Odebralski joins Good Days after serving as General Manager for
Walgreens Specialty Pharmacies in Texas. In addition to his previous
roles in the specialty pharmacy space, he has served in other leadership
positions for Walgreens in multiple pharmacy business units throughout
the United States for more than 19 years. Through the course of his
career, Mr. Odebralski has gained unique qualifications and perspective
in patient care while overseeing pharmaceutical operations concerning
patients with rare and chronic diseases, in need of long-term or hospice
care, in home care or with home infusion therapies, and with mail
service pharmacy needs.

“Mr. Odebralski has a deep understanding and experience in the niche
healthcare field of chronic and rare disease treatment, having overseen
operations at specialty pharmaceuticals for one of the largest and most
well-respected specialty pharmacy organizations in the world,” said
Clorinda Walley, executive director of Good Days. “Our entire
organization and the patients we serve will benefit from his expertise
and commitment to helping those who face life-threatening diseases and
the financial challenges that come with it.”

“Walgreens has long partnered with Good Days to help underinsured
patients enroll in their vital financial assistance programs that are a
last line of defense for many chronic disease sufferers,” said Mr.
Odebralski. “Time and again, I have experienced first-hand the
exceptional work that this organization is known for and the countless
lives that have been saved as a result. I am honored to join such a
dedicated team and to contribute to their work ensuring that people who
face chronic illness can enjoy more good days ahead.”

Eligible patients can utilize Good Days’ patient assistance programs to
cover out-of-pocket costs such as copays or even for travel assistance
to and from medical treatments. At this very moment, millions of
Americans are forced to go without medications that can better their
lives. Although most chronic disease patients have valid insurance, it’s
estimated that nearly 30 percent of them cannot afford their
out-of-pocket costs.

With a unique business structure, as well as innovative approach to
implementing technology and proprietary systems, Good Days has virtually
redefined the way physicians and pharmacies connect with patients. By
utilizing a modernized workflow, prevalent public fundraising presence
and our expansive network of trusted partners, Good Days is continuously
pursuing its mission to remove barriers to patient access.


Good Days is one of the nation’s largest providers of financial help to
seriously ill Americans who cannot afford their medication. We do it
simply, efficiently, and with compassion. All of our funding comes from
generous contributions of donors and our pledge is that more than 90
cents of each dollar goes directly to patients who need our help. Learn
more at


Good Days
Peggy Foley, 972-608-7175
Sr. Director, Marketing