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iMedicare Launches Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion Platform

Posted on: 27 Sep 16

iMedicare, the leading patient engagement software for community pharmacies announced the release of its nutrient depletion platform today— bringing additional sources of revenue to thousands of pharmacies across the U.S.

Acknowledging that many of the most common medications prescribed to patients can block the absorption, storage, metabolism or synthesis of essential nutrients in the body, iMedicare has developed a unique algorithm to identify drug-induced nutrient depletions for each patient visiting a pharmacy, and make appropriate recommendations for each unique situation.

“Our team of pharmacists have developed an intuitive way for pharmacies to identify patients at risk for drug-induced nutrient depletion. The decision-platform seamlessly integrates into pharmacies’ workflows to effectively engage patients for better health outcomes and increases in pharmacy revenue,” said Matthew Johnson, PharmD., co-founder and COO of iMedicare.

In addition to identifying and engaging patients, the nutrient depletion platform also has the capability to automate the ordering of products to ensure pharmacies have access to the appropriate products corresponding to patient recommendations.

About iMedicare

iMedicare is the leading patient engagement platform that reduces patient's out-of-pocket costs while simultaneously increasing revenues for community pharmacies. Over 4,000 pharmacies use iMedicare to increase reimbursements, improve Star Ratings, and gain more business. For more information, visit

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Last updated on: 27/09/2016

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