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Harmonex Introduces CliniCom(TM), a Breakthrough in Psychiatric Intake and Assessment Technology
Date:10/1/2007

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ATLANTA, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Harmonex Corporation today announced the formal launch of CliniCom(TM), a revolutionary software platform designed to assess children, adolescents and adults for possible psychiatric conditions.

CliniCom(TM), an intuitive, computer assisted intake and assessment tool created for use in mental health settings, gathers information directly from patients and their advocates prior to an initial evaluation. Designed to elevate the level of patient care, this technology also offers physicians a highly accurate, time-saving complement to their in-office care.

"We are very pleased to offer this unique technology to our colleagues after many years of rigorous research and development," said Nelson M. Handal, M.D., Harmonex's chairman and medical director. "Thanks to CliniCom(TM), higher quality care, better use of clinical time, a more thorough patient experience, and more robust clinical research is not only possible, but is already a reality at all CliniCom(TM) sites."

Dr. Handal, a practicing board certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist, developed CliniCom(TM) together with Harmonex's team of physicians, technologists, researchers, health care and global software experts after identifying a pervasive and critical need for accurate data in the mental health field. This technology enables doctors and patients across the network -- which includes private practices, hospitals, and other front line care providers -- to also participate in clinical research initiatives on a scale never seen before in mental health.

"One compelling aspect of this exciting new technology is that doctors require only an Internet connection and computer to reap the benefits of CliniCom(TM) -- with no upfront or licensing fees," said Sharon Allred, chief executive officer. "By helping doctors to reach the correct assessment the first time, CliniCom
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