Peter Monkhouse

age ~65

from Warrington, PA

Also known as:
  • Peter A
  • Peter Monkouse
  • Peter E
1320 Bronco Cir, Warrington, PA 189762154915794

Peter Monkhouse Phones & Addresses

  • 1320 Bronco Cir, Warrington, PA 18976 • 2154915794 • 2154915795
  • 600 Valley Rd, Warrington, PA 18976
  • Buck, PA
  • Elmhurst, IL
  • Winslow, AZ
  • Warminster, PA
  • Blue Bell, PA
  • 1320 Bronco Cir, Warrington, PA 18976 • 2152059762

Work

  • Company:
    Express scripts
    Apr 2012 to Sep 2013
  • Position:
    Solutions architect

Education

  • Degree:
    Graduate or professional degree

Emails

Industries

Computer Software

Resumes

Peter Monkhouse Photo 1

Solutions Architect At Express Scripts

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Position:
Solutions Architect at Express Scripts
Location:
Greater Philadelphia Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
Express Scripts since Apr 2012
Solutions Architect

Medco Heath Solutions Dec 1999 - Apr 2012
Snr Director Automated Dispensing Systems

Merck-Medco 1999 - 2001
Architect

CSC Mar 1984 - Dec 1999
Consultant

Us Patents

  • Automated Prescription Filling System/Method With Automated Labeling And Packaging System/Method And Automated Order Consolidation System/Method

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  • US Patent:
    6970769, Nov 29, 2005
  • Filed:
    Feb 13, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/777126
  • Inventors:
    Dennis Wayne Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Allendale NJ,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert Gregory Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael Joseph Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    G06F007/00
  • US Classification:
    700216, 700235, 700244
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Automated Prescription Filling System/Method With Automated Labeling And Packaging System/Method And Automated Order Consolidation System/Method

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  • US Patent:
    6983579, Jan 10, 2006
  • Filed:
    Feb 13, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/777114
  • Inventors:
    Dennis Wayne Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Allendale NJ,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert Gregory Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael Joseph Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65B 1/30
  • US Classification:
    53494, 53495, 700216, 700219
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Bottle Or Container Transfer System For Automated Prescription Filling

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  • US Patent:
    7185477, Mar 6, 2007
  • Filed:
    Jan 9, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/328955
  • Inventors:
    Dennis W. Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Allendale NJ,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert G. Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael J. Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65B 1/30
  • US Classification:
    53494, 53495, 700216, 700219
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Bottle Or Container Transfer System For Automated Prescription Filling

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  • US Patent:
    7412814, Aug 19, 2008
  • Filed:
    Mar 5, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/714011
  • Inventors:
    Dennis Wayne Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Uniondale PA,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert G. Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael J. Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65B 1/30
  • US Classification:
    53494, 53495, 700216, 700219
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Method For Automated Prescription Filling, Packaging And Order Consolidation

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  • US Patent:
    7430838, Oct 7, 2008
  • Filed:
    Nov 21, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/283677
  • Inventors:
    Dennis W. Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Allendale NJ,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert G. Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael J. Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65B 57/04
    G06F 7/00
  • US Classification:
    53 55, 53445, 53495, 53473, 700216, 700235, 700244
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Automated Prescription Filling System/Method With Automated Labeling And Packaging System/Method And Automated Order Consolidation System/Method

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  • US Patent:
    7668618, Feb 23, 2010
  • Filed:
    Aug 19, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/194322
  • Inventors:
    Michael J. Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    James G. McErlean - Uniondale PA,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener CA,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Robert G. Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Wayne Rice - Flanders NJ,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    G07F 7/00
    B65B 1/30
  • US Classification:
    700214, 700216, 700219, 53494, 53495
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Automated Prescription Filling System/Method With Automated Labeling And Packaging System/Method And Automated Order Consolidation System/Method

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  • US Patent:
    8136332, Mar 20, 2012
  • Filed:
    Oct 7, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/246986
  • Inventors:
    Dennis Wayne Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Uniondale PA,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert G. Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael J. Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener CA,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    B65B 61/20
  • US Classification:
    53445, 53 55, 53495, 53411, 53168, 53237
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.
  • Automated Prescription Filling System/Method With Automated Labeling And Packaging System/Method And Automated Order Consolidation System/Method

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  • US Patent:
    8275481, Sep 25, 2012
  • Filed:
    Feb 23, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/710718
  • Inventors:
    Dennis Wayne Rice - Flanders NJ,
    James G. McErlean - Uniondale PA,
    E. Christian Hess - Flanders NJ,
    P. Thomas Shupert - Parkton MD,
    Chih-Jen Leu - East Brunswick NJ,
    Robert G. Howell - Philadelphia PA,
    Michael J. Szesko - Freehold NJ,
    Andrew P. Booler - Kitchener,
    Peter Monkhouse - Warrington PA,
    Douglas W. Walton - Southampton PA,
    Michael W. G. Bell - Las Vegas NV,
    Christopher J. Lasher - Ridgewood NJ,
    Thomas P. Bonkenburg - York PA,
  • Assignee:
    Medco Health Solutions, Inc. - Franklin Lakes NJ
  • International Classification:
    G06F 17/00
    G06Q 10/00
  • US Classification:
    700244, 700231, 700243, 700237, 700235, 700242
  • Abstract:
    Computer assisted systems, methods and mediums for filling one or more orders. One embodiment of the present invention is a system that includes an order consolidation station configured to receive at least one bottle containing pills individually counted and/or at least one package containing pharmaceutical products without having been designated for any of the orders when the package was created and/or at least one literature pack optionally including patient specific information. The order consolidation station is further configured to combine automatically the received bottle and/or package and/or literature pack into a container to be sent to a recipient including, for example, mail order pharmacies, wholesalers and/or central fill dealers for subsequent distribution or sale including retailer distribution or sale. The bottle is specifically designated for the order, and the order generally includes at least one prescription for the package.

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Interview Peter Monkhouse

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