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Callibra, Inc. dba Discharge 1-2-3 is Named Winner of 2011 Chicago Innovation Award
Date:11/11/2011

der with Chicago journalist Dan Miller of the awards.  "The economy is challenging but each nominee believes the simple truth that a powerful new product will find a rewarding market and each has the courage to pursue their vision."

"We are extraordinarily proud to be a winner of the Chicago Innovation Award.  To be recognized as one of the Top 10 innovators in the Chicago area from such a talented and diverse field of more than 400 nominees is an amazing accomplishment," said Dr. Christopher Galassi, CEO and Technical Director of Callibra, Inc.  "Chicago is a city built on innovation and allows us great opportunity".

Callibra, Inc. will join the other winners of this year's Chicago Innovation Awards in ringing the opening bell of the NASDAQ stock market in New York City on November 15, an opportunity provided by TechAmerica, a sponsor of the Awards.  "It is one way of carrying the message of Chicago innovation to other parts of the nation," said Luke Tanen, Director of the Awards.

There were more than 400 nominees for the 2011 Chicago Innovation Awards, representing an increase of more than 60 percent over the past two years.  

The complete list of this year's Chicago Innovation Award winners can be found at www.chicagoinnovationawards.com.

The Chicago Innovation Awards is a civic event, free-of-charge to all involved, and supported by sponsors including Wrigley, Google, Cisco, Comcast Business Class, Edelman, Spigit, Disney Institute, and others.

About Callibra, Inc:

Headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Schaumburg, IL, Callibra, Inc. develops health information technology software for emergency departments, hospitals, urgent care, and clinic settings. Since its launch in 2002, the company's products have achieved rapid and eager acceptance by leading healthcare organizations nationwide. Discharge 1-2-3 instructions contain
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