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Optimal Reading Services Group, Inc. Receives Investment from Health Evolution Partners
Date:6/4/2009

Investment Positions Optimal for Expansion in Medical Imaging Management

For Hospitals, Clinics and Radiology Groups

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Optimal Reading Services Group, Inc., a US-based, leading provider of medical imaging optimization services for hospitals, imaging centers and radiology groups, announced today that the Health Evolution Partners Growth Fund has made a substantial investment in Optimal. The investment provides Optimal with funds to accelerate its expansion throughout the United States and to continue its innovation efforts in select international markets. Optimal is on pace to read and optimize the throughput of over 2 million medical imaging studies annually, and the new investment provides capital for additional growth.

"Demand continues to increase for our unique method of filling the operational gaps that exist in medical imaging, and this investment from Health Evolution Partners enhances our vision and strategy," stated Craig Parker, CEO of Optimal Readings. "This is not simply an investment in our company, but an important addition to our capabilities by providing access to Health Evolution Partners' unique market knowledge. Our partnership with Health Evolution Partners will open new doors and will deliver important insights that will expand our competitive advantage in this vital area of health care."

David J. Brailer, MD, PhD, Chairman of Health Evolution Partners, explained, "A transformation of medical imaging is rapidly unfolding, driven by technology, cost pressures and changes in work desires among radiologists. A new generation of companies is coming into the forefront. Optimal understands the value of partnering with hospitals and others to improve care delivery. They are well-positioned to lead this marketplace and bring a new generation of solutions into wi
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