QMed, Inc. operates as an interactive disease management company. The company synchronizes the scientific evidence to insure that the right care is received by patients all of the time. It provides decision support for physicians. The services of QMed include ohms|cvd(Online Health Management System for Cardiovascular Disease) which is an integrated cardiovascular disease management system. ohms|cvd includes related systems to assist health plans and government organizations in managing the care, and cost of diabetes, cardiovascular conditions, including coronary artery disease (CAD), stroke, heart failure (CHF), hypertension, hyperlipidemia and the cardiovascular complications of diabetes. The systems produce clinical recommendations for physicians tailored to an individual patient. The company empowers individuals using tools such as health education, training in self-monitoring, and personalized coaching by trained professionals. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Positive Directions, Inc., offers a program for healthy weight and lifestyle management. Its subsidiary, Disease Management Technologies, Inc., DMT has developed a Web site for a health and wellness program. Discontinued Operations In November 2007, the company concluded the operations of QMedCare of New Jersey, Inc. QMedCare of New Jersey, Inc. is winding down its operations. Customers The company markets its disease management services to health plans, large physician practice groups, and governmental agencies. History QMed, Inc. was incorporated in 1983.
qmed inc (QMED:Grey Market)
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Eatontown, NJ 07724
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