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Health Integrated to Showcase Synergy Personal Health Management(R) at DMAA Conference
Date:9/12/2007

TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Integrated, Inc., a pioneer in health and condition (disease) management, today announced that it will be highlighting its ground-breaking Synergy Personal Health Management program at DMAA's Disease Management Leadership Forum and Integrated Care Summit beginning September 16th at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.

With the rapid evolution of disease management comes a need to stay informed of the best practices, latest technologies and most innovative programs today. The DMAA conference enables the field's best and brightest to convene on the latest developments on critical topics, policy issues and disease management models that change the way health care is delivered to chronically ill patients worldwide.

As a strong supporter of DMAA and a leader in the disease management industry, Health Integrated is pleased to present its innovative Synergy Personal Health Management(R) program in this forum. Synergy is a chronic condition management program that addresses the individual as a whole across medical, behavioral and psychosocial status. Hallmarks of the program include dedicated, one-on-one coaching, integrated medical-behavioral interventions and a focus on behavior change and self-efficacy.

Located at booth #300, Health Integrated will be showcasing Synergy's Care Coaches with several video case vignettes. Steve Wigginton, Health Integrated's President, will be onsite to provide information on this innovative approach to chronic condition management.

Health Integrated will also be at the following conferences this month:

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Fall Distinctively Blue Conference

-- September 16-18, 2007

-- Peabody Hotel, Orlando, Florida

-- Booth #400

Health Management Congress

-- September 24-26, 2007

-- Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, California

-- Booth #103

About Health Integrated

Health Integrated, Inc. pioneers health and condition management programs, resulting in better mental and physical health for individuals across the care continuum. Driven by a strong entrepreneurial culture, Health Integrated combines behavioral health and modification expertise with advanced analytic and mass personalization technology to deliver tailored outcomes-driven behavioral, medical and disease management solutions for health plans, employers and government organizations. As a result, healthcare economics, quality of life, productivity and clinical outcomes are all improved. Founded in 1996, Tampa, FL-based Health Integrated is URAC Accredited for Disease Management, Case Management and Health Utilization Management programs. The company has also received National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient and Practitioner Oriented Accreditation for its award-winning Depression Care Coaching Program. For more information, visit http://www.healthintegrated.com.

Media Contact:

Mike Miniati

877-267-7577 or mminiati@healthintegrated.com

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