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Former Cerner Chief Operating Officer Joins Netsmart Technologies Board of Directors
Date:1/31/2011

GREAT RIVER, N.Y., Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Netsmart Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of software and services for health and human services organizations, today announced that Paul Black has joined the company's board of directors. Black brings significant additional healthcare and software technology expertise to the board as Netsmart positions for continued growth and development of industry-leading solutions.

Black served with publicly-traded Cerner Corporation (Nasdaq: CERN), a global supplier of healthcare information technology and services, from 1994 until his retirement as chief operating officer in 2007. He played an instrumental role in the company's double digit organic growth for 13 years. Prior to Cerner, Black was with IBM from 1982 to 1994 in a number of senior sales and professional services leadership positions.  Black also serves on the boards of Saepio, Inc., Connextions, Inc. and Haemonetics Corporation, and is the board chairman of Truman Medical Centers.

"The transformational pace of change in health information technology presents a tremendous opportunity for our customers to offer even higher quality clinical care and better serve their communities," said James L. Conway, chief executive officer, Netsmart Technologies, and also a member of the company's board of directors. "Paul's background and experience is a perfect fit for Netsmart as we help our customers effectively embrace technology for positive outcomes and consumer-directed care."

Black joins other members of the Netsmart board with significant technology or financial experience, including Mark Hanson, former senior vice president for Corporate Development and chief of staff for Siebel Systems, Inc.; Steven Mankoff, former senior vice president, Global and Technical Services at Siebel Systems, Inc.; and Roman Margolin, former associate with Willis Stein &
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