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iMedicare launches nutrient depletion platform


NEW YORK — Patient engagement software company iMedicare on Tuesday announced the introduction of its nutrient depletion platform. The company said it has developed an algorithm to identify drug-induced nutrient depletions in a pharmacy’s patients and recommend products for every situation. 


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


The nutrient depletion platform can also automate product ordering to ensure pharmacies have the products that correspond to patient recommendations. 



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