About BCoD

Biologic Coordinators of Dermatology (BCOD) is an exclusive community dedicated to advancing the role of biologic coordinators in dermatology. Our mission is to empower biologic coordinators by providing them with education and networking opportunities, ensuring they have the latest knowledge and skills to effectively support patient access in dermatology. BCoD was formed in 2019 to remedy gaps in education and achieve greater patient access.

Who We Serve

BCOD is a pivotal resource for biologic coordinators, medical assistants, and healthcare professionals involved in serving patients in their journey of drug fulfillment.

Our community is for those seeking to deepen their understanding of biologic, topical, and oral therapies and improve patient outcomes. Whether you are a seasoned biologic coordinator or new to the field, BCOD provides the tools, resources, and network to enhance your professional growth in dermatology.

Our Team

Educational Leads

Heather Sawrey
Neo Cuellar
Kereen Crider


Craig Schuette, Executive Director
Kristen Hopper, Senior Account Director


Lisa Morris
Breanna Latimer
Krystal Stoy
Natasha Finley
Breanna Felix
Renee Baker
Kalie Carlton
Billie McLaughlin
Selina Milam
Trinity Hoke
Irene Deluna
Lindsay Mcandrews
Rasheedah Payden
Rene Souther
Rebecca Mensah
Tara Biggers
Faith Daniels
Leslie Jones
Jo Kiehn

What is a Biologic Coordinator?

A biologic coordinator in dermatology plays a critical role in managing and facilitating biologic therapies for skin conditions. These specialized healthcare professionals work closely with dermatologists and patients to navigate the complex landscape of biologic treatments, which often involves coordinating care, handling prior authorizations, and ensuring patient adherence to treatment regimens. Biologic coordinators are essential for optimizing patient outcomes in dermatology by providing efficient and effective administration of advanced therapies.


1,500+ members nationwide

33% of our members manage 175+ patients


81% communicate coverage to prescribers

The work of BCoD is made possible through the efforts of a small group of volunteers, our partners, and our team of professional staff.

If BCoD has inspired your work, consider joining our volunteer group.