MIT Holding (MITD), through its agents, facilitators and contractual obligations, offers professional outpatient medical care with ambulatory infusion therapies, home infusion services, and medical equipment delivery. The company is also pursuing government contacts to obtain approval to import pharmaceutical products into the Americas.
In support of these core services, MIT Holding provides expert legal, accounting, advisory and educational services to physicians, medical centers, hospitals, small and large businesses regarding the Affordable Care Act; offers travel and transportation services of medically challenged patients for medical needs and personal travel; and through its contracts is approved to, conduct and administer FDA clinical trials.
Collectively, these services contribute to MIT Holding’s strategy to provide custom prescription solutions in a variety of methods and generate multiple revenue streams. Following a successful reorganization initiative in January, 2014, MIT Holding is positioned to achieve 32% minimum net profits and has maintained profitability in its fiscal second and third quarters. This profitability validates the company’s business model and its approach to the evolving Affordable Health Care Act and its impact on the health services industry.
MIT Holding meets and/or exceeds major U.S. health insurance requirements and is therefore able to direct bill and receive payments from carriers on behalf of the patient its agents and its facilitators. This ability marks an important step in the company’s goal of developing the first-of-its-kind seamless transition for patient needs from hospital discharge to complete home recovery. This and other corporate initiatives are spearheaded by a management team committed to building shareholder value, revenues and corporate expansion while providing viable solutions to the perpetual changes in the health care sector.