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Healthplace America Engages Robert A. Yungk to Provide Services as Chief Strategy Officer
Date:4/7/2009

he has served as a senior executive at UnitedHealth Group and WellPoint.

About Healthplace America

Healthplace America offers the first and only comprehensive Surgery Benefit Management(TM) solution for employer health plans. Its innovative product, the Healthplace Surgery Benefit(TM), provides cost and quality management for the otherwise unmanaged $700 billion surgery industry.

The Healthplace Surgery Benefit(TM) is a specialty referral network of premier hospitals and doctors throughout the U.S. combined with the administrative, case management, communication, and logistics services to connect these providers with health plans and their members. Members also receive personalized attention from a dedicated Personal Care Coordinator who guides them through the entire surgical process, including collecting and storing medical records and arranging for travel and lodging. Unlike HMOs/PPOs and managed care, the Healthplace Surgery Benefit(TM) delivers both cost savings and enhanced care quality through unlocking competition among top medical providers. The Healthplace Surgery Benefit(TM) allows plan sponsors to reduce overall healthcare costs while actually enhancing benefits for their members.

Healthplace America is headquartered in suburban Chicago. Learn more by visiting www.HealthplaceAmerica.com or calling toll-free at 866-964-6401.

Healthplace America is funded in part by Ziegler HealthVest Partners, LP, a venture capital fund investing in early to middle-stage healthcare support services, healthcare IT and wellness.


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