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Veriscrip and DAMMAD Team Up to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse in New Hampshire
Date:10/6/2009

ontacted nearly every member of the NH House and Senate to introduce the Veriscrip (Real-time solution)
  • Already has two proposed pieces of legislation with sponsors
  • What Veriscrip is doing

    • Helping to author the real-time legislation
    • Will assist in securing grants for implementation so cost is null for the state
    • Will provide a license of the Veriscrip solution to DAMMAD

    Some general statistics - as of July, 2009 - there are 40 states with legislation for PDMP and 32 operational programs. Of which, NONE are real-time monitoring and reporting.

    About VirtualHealth Technologies, Inc.

    VirtualHealth Technologies, Inc. is committed to being the leader in the development and distribution of next generation solutions that connect healthcare providers to the rest of their community securely and efficiently. VirtualHealth's foundation is based on years of experience in providing highly sophisticated technology solutions to its existing medical customers and has branched out to include the pharmaceutical industry, as well as State and Federal Regulatory Agencies. VirtualHealth Technologies, Inc is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, with offices in Texas, Georgia and Florida. For more information, visit www.virtualhealthtechnologies.com

    About DAMMAD

    Dads and Mad Moms Against Drug dealers (DAMMAD) - DAMMAD is a grassroots anti-drug organization committed to helping in the fight against the drug problem in communities, workplaces and schools. Web site: www.dammad.org

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