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James M. Sweeney Named Chairman and CEO of IntelliDOT
Date:4/3/2009

has launched five point-of-care solutions, with systems installed in more than 60 client hospitals and a superb reputation for customer support. Mr. Klopack has the sincere thanks of everyone at IntelliDOT for his many contributions.

IntelliDOT is expanding its view of patient safety to address additional areas where it can support optimal error-free bedside decision-making by clinicians. Building on the cornerstone of installed IntelliDOT accounts and its record of five star customer service, the company will develop new products to enhance the value of its wireless, handheld hardware platform.

"Patient safety remains at the heart of our systems; it is the first requirement for quality patient care. We believe the wireless, handheld technology infrastructure used for bedside barcode scanning can be enhanced and evolved to help clinicians measurably improve patient outcomes, as well as to prevent errors. Our technology can help hospitals operate more efficiently and reduce operational costs," said Mr. Sweeney. "Our expanded vision includes the contributions we can make to optimal, more affordable patient care."

About IntelliDOT Corporation

IntelliDOT is a leading provider of wireless, handheld, barcode point-of-care (BPOC) solutions that connect to any healthcare information system to improve patient safety and nurse workflow. When using IntelliDOT Bedside Medication Administration, nurses can easily manage all tasks associated with five rights medication administration safety checks and related documentation. Additional system modules that run on the same handheld device include: IntelliDOT Phlebotomy Specimen CollectionTM, IntelliDOT Blood Product AdministrationTM,

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