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Health Integrated Named to the 2009 Inc. 5000

TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Integrated, a leading provider of Health Management Solutions for health plans, is named among the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America by Inc. Magazine.

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The leading business magazine recognizes the nation's fastest-growing, privately held companies based on revenue growth over a three-year period. Since its initial debut in 1991, with 100 of the fastest-growing companies, the Inc. list has served as evidence of the significant accomplishments of entrepreneurial companies.

"As an Inc. 5000 honoree, Health Integrated shares a prestigious pedigree with some of the most successful businesses in America," says Shan Padda, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Health Integrated. "Even in a down economy, and in a challenging and evolving industry such as healthcare, the market recognizes creative companies that can clearly offer solutions to drive down costs while improving healthcare quality."

As a partner to health plans, Health Integrated's chronic condition, healthcare utilization and case management programs are now reaching more than seven million health plan members across the country. These programs address medical, psychological and social barriers to better health while also containing costs and improving clinical outcomes. Health Integrated tailors a solution to each health plan customer based on their specific health management needs and business challenges.

Health Integrated works with commercial, Medicaid, Medicare and other government-sponsored health plans. The Company has delivery centers in Tampa, Florida and Lynnwood, Washington, and a technology center in Pleasanton, California. Health Integrated's solutions are powered by a highly flexible, world-class technology platform that enables communication, collaboration and insight to a health plans' business.

"We are proud to be recognized for our rapid growth and look forward to continuing to add new customers and expanding our relationships with current customers," Padda adds. Health Integrated recently published a mid-year business report to its customers detailing its operational successes, which can be found at

The 5,000 companies that made Inc.'s list have an aggregate revenue of $214 billion and a median three-year growth of 126 percent. These same companies created more than 1 million jobs in total since they were founded. Complete results of the Inc 2000 can be found at

About Health Integrated

Health Integrated is the leading innovation partner for health plans, providing evidence-based solutions to accelerate achievement of health management goals for clinical outcomes, quality measures and cost containment. For more information, visit

    Mike Miniati, Health Integrated
    813-388-4030 or

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