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Healthy Advice Networks Is Recognized With National Health Information Awards for Sixth Consecutive Year
Date:8/18/2009

CINCINNATI, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthy Advice Networks, the nation's leading provider of physician-office-based patient-education programs, is pleased to announce they have won a record-breaking 43 awards at the National Health Information Awards (NHIA) forum. Competing with leading organizations in the consumer health market, Healthy Advice was recognized for creating some of the nation's best consumer health-information programs and materials. Patricia Henze, Executive Director of the Health Information Resource Center, commented, "With more than 1,000 entries this year, the judges were very impressed with the variety of useful and accurate consumer health materials available today. This fall, we will add a new section to our www.healthprograms.com website featuring winners from the 2009 awards program and how to contact them. We hope this new website feature will help continue our efforts to recognize the 'best and the brightest' in consumer health materials."

The prestigious Total Health Information Program Award was awarded to six of Healthy Advice's programs for overall excellence. Additionally, multiple programs won the highly-coveted Gold Award, which is only given to the top 5 percent of all entries. "What makes our health-information programs stand out is that they are easy to understand, give clear next steps and help patients work closely with their doctors," said Sabrina Shattles, Executive Vice President, Editorial and Creative. "Research is the foundation of our editorial strategy. We conduct a comprehensive review each year and test concepts and designs with patients in one-on-one interviews and focus groups to understand what attracts, engages and drives patients to take action when managing their health. We are extremely pleased the NHIA has recognized the quality of our work for six consecutive years."

Mike Collette, CEO, Healthy Advice Networks added, "As CEO of
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