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Healthy Advice® Networks Partners With MediaForce PR to Deliver Public Service Announcements to Educate Consumers About Appropriate Use of Prescription Medications
Date:8/9/2011

CINCINNATI, Aug. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthy Advice® Networks, the nation's leading provider of award-winning patient and physician engagement programs at point-of-care, announces that their partner, MediaForce PR, has been awarded a contract to promote the Food and Drug Administration's campaign, educating consumers about the dangers of prescription misuse including pain relievers. Partnering with MediaForce PR, Healthy Advice Networks will deliver public service announcements for the government and non-profit organizations through their Waiting Room Networks. MediaForce PR has formed a relationship with Healthy Advice Networks on behalf of the government for their superior reputation, extensive reach, and stellar success impacting patient outcomes by delivering actionable information that changes behavior.  

The FDA's educational segments about the proper use and disposal of prescription medicines ran throughout the spring of 2011 in Healthy Advice Primary Care, Women's Health and Arthritis Care Networks. With the potential to impact 170 million consumers and 21,000 physicians in these networks, segments were created to deliver the following messages:  use medicine only as directed, do not share prescription medicines, store medicines in a locked box or closet and out of the reach of children and pets, and who to call for the best way to throw medicines away.  

"We are thrilled to be partnering with the innovative and technically advanced waiting room education programs offered by Healthy Advice Networks," said Bob Gaudian, MediaForce PR President. "Their networks give MediaForce PR clients, such as the FDA, an opportunity to connect with patients at the point-of-care with educational health information that has been proven to deliver results and change health outcomes. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with Healthy Advice Networks to advance health inform
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