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WellCentive Launches New Secure Messaging Platform for Its Patient Registry System
Date:6/11/2008

ATLANTA, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- WellCentive today announced the launch of the WellCentive Secure Messaging System, which is now a part of its popular online patient registry system for health care providers.

Atlanta-based WellCentive (http://www.wellcentive.com) provides a web-based preventive care and chronic disease management registry system for physicians, physician organizations, health insurance companies and other health care organizations. The Company is one of just 12 organizations selected from across the United States to help the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) test direct clinical outcomes reporting from health care registries for the CMS PQRI program.

The WellCentive Secure Messaging System allows patient information and related documents to be securely and quickly shared among physicians and other health care providers. Additionally, the WellCentive Patient Portal allows patients to access their own health care information from home and to use the secure messaging system to securely discuss health matters with their physician at their convenience. The WellCentive Secure Messaging System is included with each organization's WellCentive registry system at no additional charge.

The WellCentive patient registry system is a comprehensive web-based chronic disease and preventive health care system designed to serve an entire health care organization's patient population. Through the use of the WellCentive system, physicians and other health care providers are better able to track patients who have health conditions such as diabetes, asthma or heart disease. Additionally, the registry has become a popular tool as the importance of physician pay-for-performance programs has continued to grow.

"The WellCentive patient registry and our new secure messaging system help providers deliver more informed care through more efficient communication and improved pa
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