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Date:1/12/2009

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About Companion Global Healthcare

Companion Global Healthcare Inc., headquartered in Columbia, S.C., provides assistance to clients who travel to its network hospitals, serving as a single launch point for appointments, travel arrangements, case management, medical travel insurance, follow-up care in the United States, and help with claims filing. The company serves uninsured and underinsured individuals, as well as employers and insurance companies that have included the Companion Global Healthcare network in their benefit plans.

About Consumer Health World

Consumer Health World (www.ConsumerHealthWorld.com) is one of the country's premier conference and trade show producers, with vertical industry expertise in advertising, marketing, health care, media, travel, financial services, entertainment and sports. Consumer Health World produces: The National Conference On Health Care Consumerism, The Health 3.0 Summit, and The Health Care Globalization Summit.


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