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Amerigroup Enhances Maternal Outreach Efforts
Date:10/7/2011

risk pregnancies even sooner and further increase prenatal and postpartum visit compliance," said Aileen McCormick, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of West Region for Amerigroup. "This innovative solution will enhance our Taking Care of Baby and Me® outreach program for pregnant women, ensuring many more babies get the healthy start in life they deserve. We are excited to enhance our successful maternal outreach program by using this new technology that will allow our case managers to help even more members."

"Warm Health® is extremely happy to be working with Amerigroup on this important program," said Dan Freier, CEO of Warm Health®. "It is very rewarding to assist expectant mothers with the challenges they face. We will be able to significantly increase the number of Amerigroup members who get the help they need through participation in this program."

The program will help further the Amerigroup mission of providing the highest level of support to expectant mothers. The program will be delivered in English and Spanish.

About Warm Health®

Established in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2005, Warm Health® builds relationships between health care organizations and their members that improve health outcomes, increase revenues and decrease costs by offering comprehensive clinical programs through its innovative communications approach utilizing outbound, interactive phone, web and text messaging services. For more information, visit www.warmhealth.com.

About Amerigroup Corporation

Amerigroup, a Fortune 500 Company, coordinates services for individuals in publicly funded health care programs. Serving approximately 2 million members in 11 states nationwide, Amerigroup accepts all eligible people regardless of age, sex, race or disability. The Company's product offerings do not utilize any individual underwriting nor deny coverage due to pre-existing medical
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