CINCINNATI, Aug. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthy Advice Networks, a nation's leading provider of award-winning patient and physician rendezvous programs at point-of-care, announces that their partner, MediaForce PR, has been awarded a contract to promote a Food and Drug Administration's campaign, educating consumers about a dangers of medication misuse including pain relievers. Partnering with MediaForce PR, Healthy Advice Networks will broach public service announcements for a government and non-profit organizations through their Waiting Room Networks. MediaForce PR has formed a relationship with Healthy Advice Networks on behalf of a government for their superior reputation, extensive reach, and stellar success impacting patient outcomes by delivering actionable information that changes behavior. The FDA's educational segments about a proper use and disposal of medication medicines ran throughout a spring of 2011 in Healthy Advice Primary Care, Women's Health and Arthritis Care Networks. With a potential to impact 170 million consumers and 21,000 physicians in these networks, segments were created to broach a following messages: use medicine only as directed, do not share medication medicines, store medicines in a locked box or closet and out of a reach of children and pets, and who to call for a best way to throw medicines away. "We are thrilled to be partnering with a innovative and technically advanced waiting room education programs offered by Healthy Advice Networks," said Bob Gaudian, MediaForce PR President. "Their networks give MediaForce PR clients, such as a FDA, an opportunity to connect with patients at a point-of-care with educational health information that has been proven to broach results and change health outcomes. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with Healthy Advice Networks to advance health information dissemina! tion."De borah Schnell, President of Sales and Strategic Planning at Healthy Advice Networks, added, "We are pleased to be collaborating with MediaForce PR and to promote this critical FDA campaign. Prescription medicine misuse is a predicament in this nation and a objective of a campaign is to diminish misuse by targeting a physicians who prescribe a drugs and a patients who obtain them. The physicians in our networks agree. As Dr. Robert Gerke said, 'I think it is an excellent idea to share this information through Healthy Advice Networks. The amount of medication shared by patients with friends, family, etc. never ceases to amaze and shock me. Any summary to reinforce a danger of this practice, especially in a waiting room setting, seems like a good idea.'"For more information about a FDA, visit www.fda.gov/drugs or call 1-888-INFO-FDA. To see a segment or to get more information about Healthy Advice programming, visit http://www.HealthyAdviceNetworks.com/rxmisuse.About Healthy Advice NetworksHealthy Advice Networks is a leading provider of educational rendezvous programs targeting physicians and consumers. With programs in a physician's waiting room, exam room, back-office, and hospitals, Healthy Advice Networks gives brands a greatest communication channel in a industry when both physicians and consumers are solely focused on improving health outcomes. Combining a latest technologies with digital calm and print, and impacting 435 million patient and caregiver visits annually, Healthy Advice Networks reaches patients of all ages and learning styles to broach forecast-altering business results for their sponsoring pharmaceutical and consumer health and wellness clients. A flourishing network of over 53,000 primary care and specialty physicians and over 500 hospitals throughout a U.S. have chosen Healthy Advice Networks for their patient rendezvous needs. For more information, visit a website at www.healthyadvicenetworks.com.About MediaForce PRMediaForce PR is a social marketing and public relations firm specia! lizing i n working with government agencies and nonprofits on public service and public awareness campaigns. The company utilizes a full range of integrated traditional and nontraditional media (including social media channels) to achieve clients' goals, and has received numerous awards for its video PSAs.MediaForce PR is also a exclusive Federal source for PSN (The Public Service Network), a national media pipeline created exclusively for government agencies and nonprofit organizations to provide guaranteed delivery of public service/public education content. MediaForce PR government clients include a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, including a Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, a Food and Drug Administration, and a National Institutes of Health, a U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and as a subcontractor on behalf of a U.S. Department of Defense. For more information, visit a website at www.mediaforcepr.com.