Established in 1969, Advanzeon Solutions Inc., (formerly Comprehensive Care Corp.) (“Advanzeon”, “we”, “Parent”, or the “Company”), through its wholly-owned subsidiary Pharmacy Value Management Solutions Inc., (“PVMS”) and its wholly-owned subsidiaries during 2015, and partly in 2016, provided managed care services by acting as the administrator for certain administrative service agreements in the behavioral health and substance abuse fields. We primarily offered these services to commercial, Medicare, Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (“CHIP”) health plans, as well as self-insured companies. Our managed care operations consisted solely of servicing administrative service agreements. Starting in July of 2015, we implemented our comprehensive sleep apnea program, called “SleepMaster Solutions” ™. SleepMaster Solutions (“SMS”) utilizes an administrative system for the convenient identification/testing and therapy of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (“OSA”). We partnered with a national health care provider by initiating a sleep apnea wellness program whereby we screened, tested and when needed, offered a treatment programs for treating this disorder. We also contracted with a union to treat its driver members. Beginning in 2017, our only business was our SMS sleep apnea program.
OSA services decreased to $68,173 in 2019 from $99,083 in 2018. The decrease was primarily the result of the timing of the Concentra launch. Earlier in the year, May 14, 2019, we reached an agreement with Concentra whereby Concentra engaged the Company, and the Company accepted the engagement, to serve as Concentra’s preferred national sleep apnea services provider. The launch by Concentra of this program, which included notifying all of the Concentra clinics of same, was delayed so that same launched much later than anticipated. Pending the launch, we were asked by Concentra, albeit informally, to cease activities in terms of having our regional representative’s visit the various Concentra clinics promoting our sleep apnea services to said clinics. We honored that request, and in so honoring the request, our sales were diminished. The launch occurred in mid-October and we were informed by Concentra that they anticipated the roll out would start slowly and progressively build as their centers get used to the new process. Nonetheless, as a result of the Concentra launch and the Pinnacle agreement, as described below, we expect to see an increase in revenue during the fourth quarter of 2019.