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HC Innovations Expands Management Team, Adding Vice President of Human Resources

SHELTON, Conn., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- HC Innovations, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: HCNV, a specialty care, disease management company, today announced that Matthew Hintz has been named Vice President of Human Resources at Enhanced Care Initiatives, Inc., the wholly owned subsidiary and Management Company for all HC Innovations operating divisions.

Matt joined Enhanced Care from Cigna, where he served as Senior Director of Human Resources, supporting the enterprise information technology area. Matt brings over 15 years of executive human resources experience to Enhanced Care having had extensive experience in both field and home office settings. As a Senior Director of Human Resources at Cigna, he was responsible for all aspects of Human Resources including leadership development, organizational development, employee relations, talent management, and recruitment.

Prior to his tenure at Cigna, Matt was the New England Territorial Human Resources leader for CNA Insurance. While at CNA Matt was a key member of the senior leadership team that helped drive double digit improvement in profit, growth and organizational effectiveness which resulted in achievement of the Chairman's Award for Balanced Performance

"We are a people business. Finding, training and keeping the right people is critical to our continued success as we continue to double in size year over year," said David Chess, MD CEO of HC Innovations. "Matt has the extraordinary ability to understand and reflect the human elements required of leadership while having a core business intelligence and being systems driven."

About HC Innovations

HC Innovations creates value and cost savings for HMOs and insurance companies (government and private) by identifying niche markets with high medical costs and implementing proprietary solutions. HC Innovations combines proprietary information systems with highly trained nurses and nurse practitioners to improve health conditions with hands-on care. The results are improved patient outcomes. HC Innovations currently provides services for Medicare, Medicaid, sub-acute care and specialty-needs programs in Connecticut, New York, Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Ohio, Illinois and Massachusetts. For more information, visit


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