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FastMed Urgent Care and MedVantx Offer Consumers First Ever Access to Free Samples of Medications through an Automated Medication Cabinet Across North Carolina's Largest Network of Urgent Care Centers
Date:3/6/2013

ents get the proper medication in hand at the point-of-care and that they remain on that therapy over time through an integrated, convenient and cost-effective home delivery platform," said Rob Feeney , MedVantx CEO and Founder. "Our program is particularly well suited to the urgent care setting, where immediate access to appropriate medication is critical to begin the healing process and follow-up ensures continued health."About MedVantx, Inc. MedVantx is an innovative medication management and delivery company committed to streamlining access, reducing healthcare costs, increasing medication adherence, and enhancing patient satisfaction while improving patient quality of care and outcomes.  The MedStart Connect program provides for a fully-automated, integrated, point-of-care to consumer home delivery channel focused on increasing the quality and cost effectiveness of the last non-managed pharmaceutical channel – the physician office sample closet.  MedStart Connect includes free initial therapy samples of prescription and over-the-counter medication at the point of care, a consumer helpline providing drug information, adherence management services, and convenient consumer home delivery through its mail order pharmacy.  The national MedVantx network has served over 3.5 million consumers through an integrated network including health plans, manufacturers and more than 3,500 prescribers in diverse care settings. Visit us at www.medvantx.com.About FastMed Urgent Care, P.C.FastMed Urgent Care is a North Carolina-based owner and operator of urgent care facilities with locations throughout North Carolina and Arizona.  FastMed focuses on the delivery of non-appointment based medicine to the non-emergency patient market. The urgent care centers are open 365 days a year and are staffed with experienced and licensed phy
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