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Axion Health Inc. Issues Notification of Business Name Change
Date:9/16/2009

DENVER, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Axion Health (www.axionhealth.com), formerly Occupational HealthLink, Inc., today announced it has changed its business name to Axion Health, Inc. effective September 14, 2009.

"We are very excited about the introduction of our new company name. We believe the name Axion Health allows us to better represent our business as we introduce new occupational health-protection programs, like our ReadySetTM Program for workforce emergency preparedness and response," said Dr. Lee Newman, CEO of Axion Health. "Our goal when we founded the company in 2004 was to improve the health and safety of workforces and communities. In response to customer demand, we continue to aggressively pursue that focused objective."

"Our customers greatly benefit from the adoption of Web based programs and the use of electronic health and exposure information in occupational and environmental health, and we are glad we can provide tools that help their clinical practice and public health. With the introduction of our new ReadySet Program, including modules for pandemic and seasonal influenza preparedness and response, our expanded business continuity programs address the urgent and emerging 21st Century health threats and changing worker environments that our customers are now encountering," continued Newman.

"All of our services and proven technology, including our newest programs, are backed by the same experienced team and designed with the same unique clinical approach to worker health and safety that our customers rely on. Most importantly, our commitment to serving our customers and protecting the health and safety of individuals, businesses and communities remains unwavering."

For more information about the name change or to learn more about Axion Health workforce protection programs, please visit www.axionhealth.com.

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