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Disaster Preparedness for Real Life Disasters: How the Pharmaceutical Industry Can Lead in Pre- and Post-Disaster Relief
Shital Parikh Mars, CEO at Progressive Media and speaker at FlyPharma US earlier this year, reveals how a fragmented, highly competitive industry like pharma can – and should – work together to prepare for a disaster response. Identifying pharma and logistics priorities, finding realistic solutions, and consulting every supply chain player is critical, as Shital explains.
December 18, 2018
Marcello Jaspan
How RXMD Is Helping to Combat the Opioid Epidemic
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.
November 19, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Progressive Care Launches Opioid Alternative Treatment Campaign Aimed at Reaching Millions Affected by the Nationwide Epidemic
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.
November 19, 2018
Marcello Jaspan
9 Recent Vendor Contracts and Go-lives
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.
November 19, 2018
Marcello Jaspan
Risking Addiction for Relief: Is There a Better Alternative to Opioids?
Every day, the United States loses 116 lives to the opioid epidemic.(1) Pharmacists are asking what can be done to combat the opioid epidemic and treat pain effectively.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.
November 19, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
The Secret Behind Community Pharmacy Adherence
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.
October 17, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Investors Taking Note of Progressive Care, Inc. (OTCMKTS:RXMD)
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.
August 31, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
SmallCapVoice Interview with Progressive Care, Inc. (RXMD)
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.
August 29, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Designing A Selfie Medicine App To Stick
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. 
August 27, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
S. Parikh Mars, CEO of Progressive Care Inc., Provides Updates and Insights into Recent Events in a New Audio Interview with SmallCapVoice.com
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.
August 27, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Using Digital Technology to Improve Your Pharmacy
According to the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), 125,000 people die in the US every year because of non-adherence and it costs the system a shocking $100-300 billion a year. In response to this epidemic, digital pharmacies have a unique chance to utilise digital technology to engage the patient and bring about meaningful change in their wellbeing.
August 23, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Selfie Medicine Is a Thing, But Should It Be?
Some doctors now require patients to record a video of themselves taking their pills for the sake of proving medication adherence. One telehealth expert has concerns about this practice and doesn't see it sticking.
August 15, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
New Program Aims to Improve Patient Medication Adherence
On July 10, 2018, Progressive Care, a personalized healthcare services and technology company, announced its new proprietary patient engagement program, DischargeRX.The program will provide hospitals with support in preventing medication-related hospital readmissions through Progressive Care’s wholly owned subsidiaries, including PharmCo, a health-services organization that offers administration and practice management as well as prescription pharmaceuticals to long-term care facilities. According to a 2017 study published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, up to 26% of hospital readmissions are medication-related.
July 10, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Part 2: Pain Management Alternatives to Opioids
Although it's impossible to escape news of the opioid epidemic, we haven't heard the whole story.At Progressive Care, I've met patients from all walks of life and witnessed firsthand the caustic consequences of opioid misuse and abuse. The opioid epidemic is a deeply emotional and complicated issue
June 26, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Part 3: Pain Management Alternatives to Opioids
Although it's impossible to escape news of the opioid epidemic, we haven't heard the whole story.At Progressive Care, I've met patients from all walks of life and witnessed firsthand the caustic consequences of opioid misuse and abuse. The opioid epidemic is a deeply emotional and complicated issue
June 26, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Part 1: Pain Management Alternatives to Opioids
Although it's impossible to escape news of the opioid epidemic, we haven't heard the whole story.At Progressive Care, I've met patients from all walks of life and witnessed firsthand the caustic consequences of opioid misuse and abuse. The opioid epidemic is a deeply emotional and complicated issue.
June 25, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
Health Information Management Professionals Aid Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is an ongoing priority -- and challenge -- for healthcare organizations. A health information management team can help keep data secure and protected.Hackers and cybercriminals continue to target the healthcare industry, leaving data at risk of exposure and being held for ransom. Cybersecurity remains a top priority for healthcare organizations, but figuring out how to manage and protect health information can be challenging. 
June 20, 2018
CEO, Shital Parik.
The Secret Weapon for Improving Clinical Outcomes and Driving Down Health Care Costs
Physicians prescribe medications for patients in order to manage their chronic conditions which should reduce the need for hospital care. However, if the patient does not take the prescribed medication at the frequency written on the bottle or at all, what had been a chronic condition can re-emerge as an acute episode that requires a visit to the emergency room or a full-blown hospital readmission.
June 19, 2018
Armen Karapetyan
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