Dr. Cindye Coates on Medxprime

 Dr. Cindye Coates on Medxprime
Original air date: November 28, 2015

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BY: Dr. Elaina George, Host & Contributing Health Editor
PUBLISHED: November 28, 2015


Everyone Responds Differently to Drugs.

Today on Medicine On Call, Dr George introduces Dr Cindy Coats from Medxprime to the show to discuss prescription medication. Dr. George comments Americans are taking more drugs than ever. Because of Obamacare, Children to senior citizens are being force to take the same drugs. Everyone responds differently to different types of drugs, its like fitting round pegs into square holes. We have power to change our doctors, if you feel like your doctor isn’t listening to you or just throw pills at you change your physician. Dr. Coats explains how individuals can move to programs to help unsure they are taking people are taking the right medication.

About Dr. Cindye Coates

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Cindy Coates has been working for MedX Prime for 3 months. She has a passion to make sure people get the medication works for them. MedX Prime is website and Clinical Integration Packet, to further enable our Physician Partners to bring their level of care to a more efficient, effective and personalized level. Through our continuing efforts to create a more diversified program offering, we will be bringing the practitioner community new and ground breaking programs in the areas of personalized medicine, topical pain creams and toxicology. In addition, we will be providing the education and service partners the means to streamline the reimbursement process for each program our practitioners utilize within their practice.


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Dr. Elaina George is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Biology, received her Master’s degree in Medical Microbiology from Long Island University, and received her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.