RxVantage Unveils FREE iPhone Application for Pharma Reps

Growing Healthcare Technology Company Adds iPhone App to its List of Efficiency Tools Dedicated to Improve Communication Between Pharma Reps and Medical Providers

RxVantage Unveils FREE iPhone Application for Pharma Reps

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, a healthcare technology company with an innovative cloud-based platform that enables physicians' practices to streamline and improve their relationships with pharmaceutical and other medical sales reps, today announced the release of the RxVantage iPhone application.

“This app has been in high demand by the tens of thousands of reps who use RxVantage every day to book and communicate with the busiest medical providers in the U.S.,” said Daniel Gilman, co-founder and president of RxVantage. “All of these reps spend their days on the road and they can now access all of the efficiencies and opportunities created by RxVantage from anywhere via an elegant, intuitive, native iOS app.”

Features of the include the ability to:

The new tool is an added feature at no cost to that already use the RxVantage platform to communicate with medical practices through the use of its scheduling application and suite of software tools.

The RxVantage iPhone application is optimized for iPhone 5 and compatible with any device running IOS 6, including iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch and iPad. Native mobile apps for other devices, including Android and Windows, are currently in development.

For more information, visit and to obtain the RxVantage iPhone application, click .

RxVantage is a Los Angeles based healthcare technology company with an innovative cloud-based platform that 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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