Chai Gadde is chief executive officer of Biotek reMEDys
, in New Castle, Delaware, which he founded in 2011 to provide specialty pharmacy, home infusion and specialty infusions solutions and services. Chai has more than 23 years of management and senior management experience in the pharmaceutical industry and in the area of startup ventures, with particular expertise in biotech pharmaceutical supply chain management and contract negotiations with manufacturers and managed care organizations (MCOs). In 1998, he co-founded InfuRx, a specialty bio-pharmaceutical/infusion services management company, which he later sold to Priority Healthcare Corporation, a company then acquired by Express Scripts. Chai has been instrumental in various startup businesses and endeavors, including land development projects, hospitality ventures, and technology-based companies and uses his business and management experience to advise companies in diverse fields in strategic and operational areas.
Professionally, Chai's industry affiliations include American Managed Care Pharmacy, American Pharmaceutical Association, Delaware Pharmacists Society, National Home Infusion Association, a number of cancer care organizations, and the Tennessee Pharmacists Association. He currently serves as chairman of the Legislative Committee for the Delaware Pharmacists Society.
Dedicated to civic engagement, Chai has been active with the Delaware Community Foundation, Premier Charities, and Social Venture Partners, and is a former vice president of the United States of America Cricket Association. Chai proudly serves on the board of trustees at the University of Delaware and sits on Grounds and Building committee and Investment committee.
Originally from Hyderabad, India, Chai earned his undergraduate degree in pharmacy from Bangalore University, did graduate work in pharmaceutics at Long Island University, and holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Delaware. Chai lives with his wife Neelu and two children (Nia, Sanford Class of 2019 and Rohan, Sanford Class of 2025) in Hockessin, Delaware.