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Palladian Muscular Skeletal Health (formerly Prism Health Networks) to Promote Collaborative, Expanded Practice Model at Major Insurance Conference in June
Date:6/11/2008

Muscular Skeletal Managed Care Organization Takes Prominent Position and

Schedules High-Visibility Activities at AHIP Conference

WEST SENECA, N.Y., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Palladian Muscular Skeletal Health (formerly Prism Health Networks) today announced their plans to create a high-profile presence at a leading healthcare event -- America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) conference in San Francisco, Wednesday, June 18 to Friday, June 20, 2008.

"We have scheduled a series of high-visibility events and conference-related activities to promote and establish Palladian as the imminent leader in innovative muscular skeletal healthcare solutions," said Paul Candino, President and Chief Executive Officer of Palladian.

These activities include a book signing sponsorship, with author and chairman of the Hillary Clinton for President Committee Terry McAuliffe. Mr. McAuliffe, will be on hand to personalize his new book -- "What a Party! My Life Among Democrats: Presidents, Candidates, Donors, Activists, Alligators and Other Wild Animals", acclaimed as the political book of the year, along with an interactive cocktail reception allowing individuals an opportunity to meet members of Board of Managers and Clinical Advisory Board as well as other key executives. In addition Palladian's newly designed marketing collateral will showcase Palladian's platform as America's leader in delivering patient-focused muscular skeletal solutions that result in optimal clinical outcomes for patients and health plans, as well as a reduction in overall medical costs.

"As muscular skeletal pain continues to consume one of the largest segments of healthcare spending in the United States today, it is imperative for the primary care physician, and specialists to work in tandem to properly diagnose, and coordinate the most effective treatment plan across the continuum of care. At Palladian, we incorporate a clinically collaborative model that restores the pa
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