SinfoniaRx, a division of Sinfonia Healthcare, acquires medication management software from the University of Arizona.

A University of Arizona-developed medication management software and business model has been acquired by SinfoniaRx, a division of Sinfonia Healthcare.

The programme offers a software system which evaluations prescriptions and medical claims to find opportunities to risk adverse events, improve medication adherence, and identify opportunities to reduce costs.

As part of the licensing deal, which comes into effect in December, SinfoniaRx will acquire the programme’s current contract, employees, and software system, as well as benefiting from continual pharmacist support.


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