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DST Health Solutions Provides Comprehensive Client Service, Establishes New Service Delivery Organization
Date:3/24/2008

Industry Veteran Jay Flounlacker Tapped to Lead Client Support, Project

Management, Implementation, Training and Technical Services

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- DST Health Solutions is a recognized leader in the healthcare technology industry, providing innovative solutions to more than 390 clients. In keeping with its history of delivering excellent client service, DST Health Solutions has established a new service delivery organization.

Headed by industry veteran Jay Flounlacker, vice president for service delivery, this new organization will ensure that DST Health Solutions' clients -- including health plans and physician groups -- receive comprehensive service and support. The organization will align the delivery of client support, project management, implementation, training and technical services.

"DST Health Solutions is committed to client service excellence," said Steve Sabino, president of DST Health Solutions. "Jay's industry experience and leadership will enable the company to provide a comprehensive client experience, centrally managed by our new service delivery organization."

Flounlacker held management and executive positions with healthcare and consulting companies, including Electronic Data Systems, First Consulting Group, Apache Medical Systems, Amisys and SoftMed. He holds an executive MBA from Loyola College in Baltimore, and a bachelor's in English from the University of Maryland.

About DST Health Solutions

DST Health Solutions delivers solutions and business process outsourcing services that improve efficiency, reduce operational costs, increase speed to market and improve customer service for health plans, consumer-directed plans, government plans (Medicare Advantage/Part D and Medicaid) and physician practices. DST Health Solutions' enterprise applications, and ASP and BPO services support 390 healthcare clients, representing more than 38 million covered lives, 360 million health plan claims, 35 million physician business transactions and 700,000 consumer-directed members annually. For more information about DST Health Solutions, contact 800.272.4799 or inforequests@dsthealthsolutions.com or visit http://www.dsthealthsolutions.com.

The information and comments above may include forward-looking statements respecting DST and its businesses. Such information and comments are based on DST's views as of today, and actual actions or results could differ. There could be a number of factors affecting future actions or results, including those set forth in DST's latest periodic financial report (Form 10-K or 10-Q) filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. All such factors should be considered in evaluating any forward-looking comment. The Company will not update any forward-looking statements in this press release to reflect future events.


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