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Infection MonitorPro Version 1.1 Released during International Infection Prevention Week
Date:10/18/2007

rL Solutions launches new version of Infection Surveillance and Control

software.

TORONTO, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ - rL Solutions, the leading provider of healthcare quality and safety software, today announced the release of Infection MonitorPro (IMPro) version 1.1, the latest version of their new Infection Surveillance and Control product.

International Infection Prevention Week (IIPW), running from October 14th to the 20th, is entirely dedicated to educating the healthcare industry and the general public about the importance of reducing infection risks. "It seemed appropriate to release our latest version of IMPro during this week," said Colin Hung, VP Alliances & Marketing, rL Solutions. "Reducing the infection rates at healthcare facilities and allowing Infection Control Practitioners to spend more time on prevention instead of administration are the primary goals of the IMPro product," Hung added.

Developed in collaboration with clients over the past three years, IMPro helps healthcare organizations respond faster and more efficiently to real/potential infections. By monitoring hospital systems in real-time, Infection Control Practitioners (ICP's) are well informed to make life saving decisions more quickly, making healthcare safer for patients, providers and the public.

Enhancements incorporated into version 1.1 of IMPro include:

- More data analysis capabilities - ability to analyze healthcare

acquired infections (HAIs) in multiple dimensions

- Expanded charting capabilities

- Full journaling of ICP notes/comments for each patient

- An improved user interface

- Performance improvements

"The choice we made to build our product on Microsoft's .NET platform is really paying off." said Hung. "By leveraging the flexibility and power of the .NET platform and Microsoft's SQL Server, we were able to complete this latest version of our product in a very short time - 4 months. This rapid development would not have been possible without our investment in development discipline and Microsoft's technologies. We're really excited to be able to offer clients this enhanced functionality."

IMPro version 1.1 is now available from rL Solutions.

About International Infection Prevention Week

IIPW is an annual event that shines the spotlight on educating health care workers, health care administrators, legislators and consumers about the importance of reducing the risk of infections. It is held during the third week of October each year. For more information, visit http://www.apic.org.

About rL Solutions

rL Solutions is a market leading provider of customer service, risk management, claims management and infection control solutions that are easily implemented, globally accessible, and have a positive impact on the quality of care and service for healthcare consumers. For more information, visit http://www.rl-solutions.com.

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