Apricus Health Partners with Medicare Advantage Plan Devoted Health and Full-Service Retail Pharmacy Liton Rx

Apricus Health | November 04, 2020

Apricus Health, an innovative healthcare company delivering high impact, relationship-based care, today announced two new partnerships that provide its members with extraordinary services.  Medicare Advantage plan provider Devoted Health and full-service retail pharmacy Liton Rx are now partnering with the Apricus Health Network which is designed by Arizona physicians. "We are committed to helping our members with a range of quality services to improve health outcomes and significantly lower costs for patients and payers," said Dr. Kishlay Anand, CEO and co-founder of Apricus Health. "Our new partnerships with Devoted Health and Liton Rx, further that mission, with both organizations sharing our core value of emphasizing extraordinary customer service."

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What are we hoping for? That, like true champagne (happy weekend!), the Albert Project will lend a hand in the pioneering efforts to reduce dependencies on things like pharmaceuticals and costly emergency interventions plus improve quality of life.

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What are we hoping for? That, like true champagne (happy weekend!), the Albert Project will lend a hand in the pioneering efforts to reduce dependencies on things like pharmaceuticals and costly emergency interventions plus improve quality of life.

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