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In the ever-changing healthcare environment, minimizing pain is a top priority, but for over a decade, physicians have relied on opioid medications that put millions of patients at risk.

The economic burden created by the opioid crisis – including healthcare, lost productivity, addiction treatment, and criminal justice involvement – costs the U.S. an estimated $78.5 billion per year. (2)

Education on the state of the opioid epidemic and alternative therapies is a starting point for pharmacists to combat this public health emergency.

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Posted in Articles By CEO, Shital Parik.

9 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Monday, November 19, 2018 7:22:46 AM

Here are nine recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:

1. Anthem health plan members with the latest version of the Samsung Health app on their Galaxy devices can now access American Well telehealth services as part of a newly announced partnership.

2. The U.S. Defense Department plans to increase its health records contract with Cerner by $1.1 billion, officials said July 24.

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Progressive Care Inc. , a personalized healthcare services and technology company, launched a new program designed to educate patients and providers on treatment alternatives to opioids available through the company.

The campaign is part of the company’s initiative to spread awareness of available alternative therapies that can improve a person’s quality of life and, in many cases, prevent tragedy caused by opioid abuse and solve the nationwide epidemic.

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How RXMD Is Helping to Combat the Opioid Epidemic

Monday, November 19, 2018 7:16:46 AM

Pain management has always been a heavily debated topic, largely because everyone’s tolerance to pain is different. However, it’s clear that our solutions to this problem aren’t serving the long-term needs of the public. When 116 lives are lost every day due to the opioid crisis, it’s clear we need a different plan of attack.

Progressive Care Inc. (OTC. QB: RXMD) was recently featured in top pharmacy publication World Pharma Today because they’re choosing to speak out against opioids in an effort to fight the problem. CEO S. Parikh Mars understands that sometimes opioids are indeed necessary to treat pain, but that they should be avoided whenever and wherever possible. Learn more about the problem, and what RXMD is doing to contribute to the solution.

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Pharmacists are already one of the most accessible health care providers, and new developments in digital technology are making them easier than ever for patients to access.

Progressive Care is expanding more patient access to pharmacy care with their new proprietary tele-pharmacy software, Tele-PharmCo. The HIPPA-secured platform will allow patients to interact with pharmacists in real time through 2-way video consultations, according to a press release.

While the progression of pharmacy services toward automated technology and delivery services brings convenience, it eliminates the face to face conversation between providers and patients, Progressive Care CEO, Mars Shital, told Pharmacy Times.
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THE SECRET BEHIND COMMUNITY PHARMACY ADHERENCE

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 12:00:00 AM

Community pharmacists can improve patients’ adherence to their medicines. But how? Shital Parikh Mars explains…

In today’s healthcare system, pharmacists play a key role in monitoring patient adherence, which means that the patient is maintaining the proper dosing schedule throughout the medication cycle as well as continuing to take a medication for as long as the treatment is necessary. More so than ever before, adherence is closely monitored with pharmacies and doctors bearing financial responsibility for ensuring patient adherence. Improvements are being made, but as of 2017, 50% of patients are still non-adherent. To address the problem, pharmacists must understand why patients are non-adherent.

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Progressive Care, Inc. (OTCMKTS:RXMD) has been in the news after the price of the stock hit $0.063 at the conclusion of the most recent close.  The stock is traded on OTC in the Retail-Wholesale sector and Retail – Pharmacies and Drug Stores industry.   

The mathematical calculation that represents the degree of change over time is known as “percentage change”.   In finance, it serves many purposes, and is often used to represent the price change of a commodity.

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S. Parikh Mars, CEO of Progressive Care Inc. called in to SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. to answer shareholder questions that the company was not able to get to in the recent Q2 earnings call, go over the drivers behind the recently announced largest six-month revenue period in company history in Q2 2018 financial filing , the completion of the Touchpoint Pharmacy acquisition, the big news regarding PharmCo, LLC has met all three of the performance measures evaluated by Humana Inc., a leading health and well-being company, as part of its Rx Quality Network program. As a result of PharmCo’s performance scores in the first measurement period, the company will receive the maximum payout offered by Humana as part of the program’s rewards, provide an outlook for the remainder of 2018 and much more.

Progressive Care Inc. (RXMD), through its PharmCo, LLC, is a South Florida health services organization and provider of prescription pharmaceuticals, compounded medications, provider of tele-pharmacy services, the sale of anti-retroviral medications, medication therapy management (MTM), the supply of prescription medications to long term care facilities, and health practice risk management.

This interview may include forward looking statements. These forward-looking statements generally are identified by the words “believe,” “project,” “estimate,” “become,” “plan,” “will,” and similar expressions. These forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks as well as uncertainties, including those discussed in the following cautionary statements and elsewhere in this release. Although the Company believes that its expectations are based on reasonable assumptions, the actual results that the Company may achieve may differ materially from any forward-looking statements, which reflect the opinions of the management of the Company only as of the date hereof. SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. received $2,500 from the company on 12-14-17 for 30 days of service. SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. received $2,500 from the company on 2-1-18 for 30 days of service. SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. received $2,500 from the company on 3-1-18 for 30 days of service. SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. received $2,500 from the company on 4-1-18 for 30 days of service. SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. received $2,500 from the company on 5-1-18 for 30 days of service. SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. received $2,500 from the company on 6-1-18 for 30 days of service.

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AUSTIN, Texas, June 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SmallCapVoice, Inc. and Progressive Care Inc. (OTCQB:RXMD), a personalized healthcare services and technology company, announced today that the Company is featured in a new audio interview at SmallCapVoice, Inc.

The interview outlining RXMD’s current news and efforts can be heard at .

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Designing A Selfie Medicine App To Stick

Monday, August 27, 2018 1:06:28 AM

With the phenomenon known as ‘selfies,’ it doesn’t seem too surprising that ‘selfie medicine’ apps are being integrated into the medical world. Today, some doctors require patients to record a video of themselves taking medicine to prove they are following instructions. These new ways of monitoring medications and healthcare come with various challenges, such as monitoring security issues and receiving long-term adherence from patients using the app. 

Telehealth requires experience in finding the right balance of personalization and technology, but Shital Mars, CEO of Progressive Care, a personalized healthcare services and technology company, has seen what can work and what usually doesn’t work when it comes to creating a digital pharmacy model.

The first hurdle with selfie medicine apps is data security and ensuring that a patient’s sensitive information about their disease isn’t exposed.

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