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American Imaging Management Enters into Agreement with Scott & White Health Plan
Date:12/3/2007

AIM to Deliver Diagnostic Imaging Management Services for SWHP

DEERFIELD, Ill., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- American Imaging Management (AIM), an operating subsidiary of WellPoint, Inc. (NYSE: WLP), and the leading radiology benefit management and technology company with health plan clients representing over 20 million consumers, announced that it has reached an agreement to provide a radiology quality program around diagnostic imaging services for Scott & White Health Plan (SWHP), located in Temple, Texas.

"Scott and White Health Plan has a reputation for delivering exceptional quality in the services we coordinate for our members. AIM allowed us to create a Radiology Quality Improvement (RQI) program that would help improve the quality of care our physician partners provide to our members," said SWHP Medical Director Craig Clanton, M.D.

"AIM looks forward to the opportunity to partner with SWHP," said David S. Harrington, chief executive officer of AIM. "AIM's ability to deliver clinical excellence, outstanding service to providers, and leading web-based tools is consistent with SWHP's own demonstrated areas of excellence."

AIM is a leader in managing high-tech imaging services through innovative solutions. AIM pioneered the integration of technology and clinical content for radiology management through the introduction of web-based services in 2002. AIM also introduced the first set of web-enabled tools to promote quality and cost transparency into the selection of some of the highest value diagnostic imaging facilities.

About AIM

American Imaging Management, Inc. ("AIM") is a leading company in the radiology benefit management industry. AIM promotes the appropriate use of diagnostic imaging through the application of widely accepted clinical guidelines delivered through an innovative platform of technologies and programs. AIM pioneered the use of web technology in diagnostic imaging management and has continually integrated service and technology to create a more effective and efficient clinical review process to support the physician- patient relationship. Through a commitment to delivering excellence in clinical content, service, innovation and operational performance, AIM has developed a national client base of health plans, and currently provides management services to over 20 million health plan members. AIM is an operating subsidiary of WellPoint, Inc. (NYSE: WLP). For more information on AIM, please visit http://www.americanimaging.net .


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