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Mentice, Inc. and Education Management Solutions, Inc. Form OEM Partnership
Date:10/12/2008

M(TM) provides the added benefits of both technical and cognitive assessment capabilities. This partnership further highlights both Mentice's desire to enhance its educational offering to its customers and its dedicated focus on the endovascular simulation market."

The Mentice VIST(TM) combined with MenticeSIM(TM) is a powerful teaching and educational solution. It enables objective measurement of skills which makes it possible for academic institutions, community hospital groups, and industry customers to establish benchmarks, maintain quality standards, monitor competencies and conduct valuable research over time. The ultimate goal is to enhance the safety and outcome of a human patient's experience.

"We are very pleased about the partnership with Mentice as it provides global opportunities for EMS in the virtual reality market," said Anurag Singh, CEO of Education Management Solutions. "Both Mentice and EMS have a common goal of promoting patient safety and we believe that the integration of MenticeSIM(TM) with the Mentice VIST(TM) will further help in that endeavor."

About Mentice, Inc.

Mentice is a leader in medical simulation with approximately 600 installations worldwide, 100+ validation studies and more than 30 issued and pending patents. Mentice's Family of Simulators focuses on the area of minimally invasive endovascular procedures, core skills training and assessment. Website: http://www.Mentice.com

About Education Management Solutions, Inc. (EMS)

Established in 1995, Education Management Solutions' suite of Arcadia products demonstrates its technological leadership in integrated clinical skills training and evaluation software, training center management solutions, and custom-designed audio-visual systems. Leading medical, nursing, and allied health schools as well as hospitals use EMS solutions. Website: http://ww
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