ROCHESTER, Mich., June 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- OptimizeRx Corp. (NASDAQ:OPRX), a leading global provider of digital health messaging for the pharmaceutical industry, has uplisted to the Nasdaq Capital Market, with its common stock to commence trading on the exchange beginning Friday, June 22, 2018 under the symbol, “OPRX.”
“Joining the Nasdaq Capital Market represents another major milestone for OptimizeRx, following a number of significant events over the last few months,” said company CEO, William Febbo. “After announcing the expansion of our digital health messaging services beyond the ambulatory setting and into hospitals, we reported our sixth consecutive quarter of record revenue. This was soon followed by our first international expansion into Europe with a major partner, building upon our reach to more than half of the ambulatory patient market in the U.S.
“As we continue to demonstrate high ROI from the marketing spend of our pharma clients and strengthen our network of EHR partners, we expect our Nasdaq listing to further elevate our corporate profile, enhance liquidity for our investors, and broaden our shareholder base.”
OptimizeRx® (NASDAQ:OPRX) is one of the nation’s leading providers of digital health messaging via electronic health records (EHRs), providing a direct channel for pharma companies to communicate with healthcare providers. The company’s cloud-based solution supports patient adherence to medications by providing real-time access to financial assistance, prior authorization, education, and critical clinical information. The company’s network is comprised of leading EHR platforms like Allscripts, Amazing Charts and Quest, and provides more than half of the ambulatory patient market with access to these benefits within their workflow at the point-of-care. For more information, follow the company on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit www.optimizerx.com.
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