RxVantage Spotlights Still Cloudy Sunshine Act Regulations

Company Hosts Second Free Webinar June 27: Sunshine Act and Pharma

RxVantage Spotlights Still Cloudy Sunshine Act Regulations

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, a healthcare technology company whose cloud-based platform enables physicians' practices to streamline and improve their relationships with pharmaceutical and other medical sales reps, in conjunction with the Professional Association of Healthcare Office Management (PAHCOM), the nation’s top association for office managers, is offering a second free webinar entitled:

Slated for Thursday June 27 at 2 p.m. EDT, the webinar will be led by , Ph.D., R.Ph, a noted pharmaceutical industry speaker and and RxVantage senior executives James Dwyer and Vanessa Towning.

The Sunshine Act was intended to bring transparency to physician ownership, financial transactions and relationships with industry businesses and pharmaceutical manufacturers, and to help avoid potential conflicts of interest. Key takeaways from the webinar include:

Click to register for the free 30-minute webinar, or call 866-464-2157. A recording of the presentation will also be posted to .

RxVantage is a Los Angeles based healthcare technology company whose cloud-based platform enables physicians' practices to streamline and improve their relationships with pharmaceutical and other medical sales reps. Provided at no-cost, RxVantage enables busy medical practices to communicate their "rules of engagement" to pharmaceutical representatives and others that call on them to deliver education and samples, saving practices an average 18 hours of administrative staff time per month. The platform includes a rules-based rep scheduling application and a suite of software tools designed to make requesting samples and communicating with medical reps markedly more efficient. Powered by RxAssist (acquired by RxVantage in 2012), the technology also features an up-to-date, centralized directory of patient assistance programs and a comprehensive drug coupon database, which greatly simplifies the practices' task of researching prescription medication information on behalf of its patients. For more information, visit or call 866-464-2157.

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