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Focused Health Solutions Unveils New Logo Symbolizing Integrated Approach to Reducing Healthcare Costs
Date:5/8/2009

'Dedicated to lasting behavior change' reflects organization's long-term, active approach to achieving organizational and individual health improvement goals

DEERFIELD, Ill., May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- At a time when we could all use some help managing our bottom lines, Focused Health Solutions is reinforcing its value proposition to emphasize how it can help employers better manage increasing healthcare costs.

Focused Health Solutions, a leading national provider of customized population health management services, is unveiling a new look and philosophy that better reflects its goal of reducing medical costs for employers by improving workforce health and productivity.

This continuum of services provided by the company is reflected in the new, three-point logo. In addition to representing health issues that range from common risks to costly, chronic diseases, the logo symbolizes the process by which Focused Health identifies, personalizes, and engages employees in better managing their health. The company's sophisticated, proprietary technology platform provides a comprehensive view of the employee's health status and, ultimately, measurable cost improvements for the employer.

Focused Health also offers a unique engagement model that encourages participation and rewards behavior change to ensure that healthy self-management techniques last a lifetime. "Dedicated to lasting behavior change" is the new tagline for the organization. Its purpose is to emphasize results for its clients and their employees.

"We believe it is important that individuals and organizations have access to quality programs and services once they've decided to achieve certain health goals," said Charlene Bonvissuto, a registered nurse and President and Chief Executive Officer at Focused Health. "Our engagement model provides individuals with the educat
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