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Care to Care Begins Providing Radiology Benefit Management Services to Touchstone Health
Date:2/25/2008

NEW YORK, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Care to Care, a specialty Radiology Benefit Management (RBM) company, announced today that it has signed Touchstone Health HMO Inc. as a client. As a result of this new partnership, Care to Care's client portfolio has grown to over 700,000 lives.

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"Care to Care is excited and flattered to be selected as the Radiology Benefit Manager for Touchstone Health. They are a rapidly expanding Medicare Advantage Plan and we look forward to many long years of a great partnership," says Martin Farbenblum, Chairman of Care to Care.

"Touchstone Health selected Care to Care based on their expertise in Medicare and their flexibility to customize a plan to meet our unique needs. We anticipate a long relationship as we grow," says Touchstone Health's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Steven Arnold.

About Touchstone Health

Touchstone Health, headquartered in New York City, is an HMO focused on the Medicare market. Touchstone Health currently has Medicare beneficiaries in the Bronx, Kings, Queens, Richmond, Orange, Westchester, Broome, Chenango, Delaware & Onondaga counties. Benefits are available to anyone enrolled in both Medicare Part A and B and continue to pay their Medicare applicable premiums.

Touchstone Health is a privately held company owned and advised by, among other investors, Lehman Brothers Venture Capital, Essex Woodlands Health Ventures and Steven Wiggins. The company was originally formed to manage the medical services of enrollees of other HMOs operating in the federal Medicare program. During 2007, the company received an HMO license and no longer contracts with other HMOs. Touchstone prides itself on its local focus and customer service.

For more information about Touchstone Health, please visit the company's website at http://www.touchstone-health.com.

About Care to Care

Care to Care is a New York based Independent Practitioner Association established at the request of health plans and radiology facilities that saw a vital need for a company to be focused on radiology benefits management as well as patient outcomes. Care to Care has developed high tech proprietary programs and innovative solutions aimed at meeting that objective. Care to Care's services include network, utilization and quality management services. For more information about Care to Care visit the web site at http://www.caretocare.com.

CONTACT:

Jill Tobin Scott L. Furletti

Vice President, Sales and Marketing Vice President, Client Services

Touchstone Health HMO, Inc. Care to Care, LLC.

212-294-6996 212-742-2273

jtobin@touchstone-health.com sfurletti@caretocare.com


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