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Mevesi Enhances Population Management Solution with Patient Education Videos
Date:7/15/2014

ORLANDO, Fla., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mevesi, Inc. has engaged in a partnership with VUCA Health. This integration provides Mevesi users who are using Population Management Solution with the ability to include educational videos that inform patients about their medications.

Mevesi Population Management Solution includes adherence monitoring capabilities like no other, providing pharmacies the ability to quickly identify patients and take a call to action. With this integration, pharmacies are provided with the ability to send emails & SMS with a link that has content to inform patients about medications. Pharmacists have flexibility to disseminate content to a patient in an automated fashion.

"We are excited to integrate with Vuca Health. We want our users to give the utmost and quality service to their patients and partnering with VUCA, we can now educate patients and reduce medication misuse," said Omar Sosa, President of Mevesi.

"Integrating with Mevesi is another big step for us in enhancing the proper use of medications. We want to continue educating new and existing patients as more medications are being introduced to the market. As the healthcare industry evolves, we want to give our users a competitive edge and allow them to fully take advantage of current media to enhance patient education," said David Medvedeff of Vuca Health.

About Mevesi: We are the leading provider of pharmacy data automation servicing pharmacies across the U.S. Utilizing our Unified Data Warehouse pharmacies can aggregate big data and translate it to actionable and intelligent content to enhance patient care, identify market opportunities while understanding cash and revenue flow. Mevesi turns data into a powerful asset that provides pharmacies with the ability to make data driven decisions every day. For additional information or to reque
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