Glass Lewis Joins ISS in Also Endorsing Stockholder-Driven Efforts to Transform HealthWarehouse.com, Inc. Glass, Lewis & Co., the respected independent investor research firm, today recommended its clients support the efforts of independent shareholders in HealthWarehouse.com, Inc. (OTCQB: HEWA) to transform HEWA and restructure its Board of Directors. Glass, Lewis & Co.’s recommendation comes a day after an Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc. report that supported shareholder efforts to turnaround HEWA. Healthwarehouse.com is a retail mail-order pharmacy and healthcare e-commerce company that sells prescription and over-the-counter drugs online. In its report to clients, Glass, Lewis writes that Rx Investor Value Corporation (RIVC), a group of independent HEWA investors representing 36 percent HEWA’s outstanding common stock, “made a convincing case for there to be at least some sort of shake-up on the Company’s board.” Specifically, Glass, Lewis recommends clients vote “For” Brian Ross on the RIVC BLUE proxy card, and DO NOT VOTE for the HEWA Board of Directors Nominees on the WHITE proxy card. Glass, Lewis & Co. wrote: “At this point, there should be little, if any, doubt that the Company’s current board and management team have overseen an extended period of significant deterioration to shareholder value.” Glass, Lewis & Co. noted that the HEWA’s long-term underperformance may have contributed at least in some part to the significant percentage of withhold votes cast by shareholders. At the 2015 annual shareholder meeting, two directors received more than a 60 percent withhold vote, while the chairman and CEO, Lalit Dhadphale, received more than a 36 percent withhold vote. “It’s extremely unusual to see incumbent directors … receiving such a high percentage of withhold votes in an uncontested director election, much less a majority of votes withheld from their election,” Glass, Lewis & Co. wrote. Furthermore, “[Glass Lewis] believe[s] that the onus was on the board to address the no-confidence vote by shareholders. Instead … the board has failed to take timely and meaningful constructive steps (e.g., reconstituting the board and/or making significant corporate governance reforms) to address shareholders’ concerns.” Glass, Lewis & Co. notes serious corporate governance problems, including material weakness in internal financial controls, Audit Committee deficiencies, and Board of Director conflicts. Glass Lewis concludes incumbent directors “have overseen an extended period of shareholder value destruction. Further, two of the [incumbent directors] received more than a 50 percent withhold vote at last year’s annual meeting, yet the Company took no meaningful steps to constructively address that vote outcome.” "That Glass Lewis also agrees with our assessment of the dire situation at HEWA further affirms our efforts to transform our company,” said Jeff Holtmeier, a shareholder in HEWA, one of the co-founders and officers of RIVC, and a director nominee. “Combined with the support from ISS, we now have two independent confirmations that our ideas and team are needed to turn around our company." For further information about RVIC and the shareholder director nominees, please go towww.rxinvestors.com. If you have any questions or require any assistance with providing your proxy or any other matters, please contact Okapi Partners LLC, our proxy advisor, at (877) 259-6290.RX INVESTOR VALUE CORPORATION (“RIVC”) HAS FILED WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION (THE "SEC") A DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND ACCOMPANYING FORM OF PROXY CARD TO BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOLICITATION OF PROXIES FROM STOCKHOLDERS OF HEALTHWAREHOUSE.COM, INC. (THE "COMPANY") IN CONNECTION WITH THE COMPANY'S 2016 ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS. ALL STOCKHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY ARE ADVISED TO READ THE DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE SOLICITATION OF PROXIES BY RIVC, MARK SCOTT, JEFFREY HOLTMEIER, BRIAN ROSS, MICHAEL PEPPEL AND DR. STEPHEN WEISS AND RELATED PARTICIPANTS IN THE SOLICITATION (COLLECTIVELY, THE "PARTICIPANTS") BECAUSE THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION, INCLUDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION RELATED TO THE PARTICIPANTS. THE DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND AN ACCOMPANYING PROXY CARD ARE BEING FURNISHED TO SOME OR ALL OF THE COMPANY'S STOCKHOLDERS AND ARE, ALONG WITH OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS, AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE ON THE SEC'S WEB SITE ATHTTP://WWW.SEC.GOV. IN ADDITION, Okapi Partners, RIVC’S PROXY SOLICITOR, WILL PROVIDE COPIES OF THE DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND ACCOMPANYING PROXY CARD WITHOUT CHARGE UPON REQUEST BY CALLING OKAPI TOLL-FREE AT 877-259-6290.INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARTICIPANTS AND A DESCRIPTION OF THEIR DIRECT OR INDIRECT INTERESTS BY SECURITY HOLDINGS IS CONTAINED IN THE DEFINITIVE SCHEDULE 14A FILED BY RIVC WITH THE SEC. THIS DOCUMENT CAN BE OBTAINED FREE OF CHARGE FROM THE SOURCES INDICATED ABOVE. MARK SCOTT OWNS 4,480,861 SHARES OF THE COMPANY. RIVC OWNS 1,100 SHARES OF THE COMPANY. BRIAN ROSS OWNS 0 SHARES OF THE COMPANY. MICHAEL PEPPEL OWNS 0 SHARES OF THE COMPANY. JEFFREY HOLTMEIER OWNS 19,900 SHARES OF THE COMPANY. DR. STEPHEN WEISS OWNS 1,020,000 SHARES OF THE COMPANY.
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