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Hooper Holmes to Present at the Ninth Population Health and Disease Management Colloquium
Date:2/20/2009

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hooper Holmes, Inc. (Amex: HH) today announced that the President of its Health and Wellness Division, Christopher J. Behling, will be presenting at the Ninth Population Health and Disease Management Colloquium on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. The conference is being held at the Hyatt Regency at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Mr. Behling's presentation, entitled "Biometric and Lab Screenings: Debunking the Myths to Unlock the Power of Total Population Health Management," will discuss the role of screenings in total population health, common screening myths and misconceptions, and enabling total population health management.

Chris Behling commented, "People are living longer but not necessarily healthier due to chronic diseases. In order to control chronic diseases that affect so many people, it is essential that we better understand the health risks of the total population. Biometric and lab data are key to uncovering these unknown risks and reducing future costs. We look forward to sharing our experiences with our customers and colleagues in the Disease Management industry."

About Hooper Holmes Health and Wellness

Hooper Holmes Health and Wellness service is a "one-stop shop" for wellness and disease management companies, providing scheduling support, fulfillment of supplies, blood collection kits, medical screenings, lab testing, and data transmission. As a result, these companies can now reach more participants, gather more participant data earlier in the disease management process, better target interventional health support services and more easily reach participants on their terms, at work or at home.

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