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Pathology Consultants, Inc. Selects PSA, LLC, a MED3OOO Company, as Their Business Partner
Date:4/18/2008

PITTSBURGH, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- MED3OOO Group, Inc. (MED3OOO), a national healthcare management and technology company, announces Pathology Consultants, Inc. of Michigan City, IN, recently selected PSA, LLC -- a wholly owned subsidiary of MED3OOO -- for billing, marketing, and business support services.

Pathology Consultants, Inc. is a twenty-physician pathology practice providing services to a large independent lab, several surgery centers and seven hospitals located in northwest Indiana and Chicago. Pathology Consultants is dedicated to providing their patients and community of physicians and medical facilities with comprehensive, responsive, and innovative services that enable the prevention, detection, and treatment of disease.

"We selected PSA and MED3OOO for their billing expertise and their marketing services to help enhance our business strategies. As an added bonus we have access to management support, and we can tap into the knowledge base of PSA's nationwide network of pathologists," said Pathology Consultants COO Richard Keilman. "We were looking for a business partner with similar values and culture as ours, and we felt comfortable with PSA's operations and their staff."

According to PSA President Al Sirmon, "We are delighted to be selected as Pathology Consultant's partner of choice for billing, marketing, networking, and practice management support. PSA is committed to providing exceptional services that not only improve the bottom-line through premium billing services, but also through services that allow practices to gain or maintain a competitive advantage within their markets."

About PSA, LLC -- a MED3OOO Company

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PSA, a MED3OOO company, is the leading provider of business services and support to independent pathology practices. Focusing exclusively on pathology, PSA is unique t
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