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Ken Horowitz Joins North Star Health as Chief Executive Officer
Date:1/6/2009

port tool that drives health care spending trends down and employee productivity up. My goal is to deliver on that vision with solid results."

Mr. Horowitz replaces Paul Davis, MD, Founder and the previous Chief Executive Officer, who recently announced his intention to move into the permanent role as Chief Strategy Officer of North Star Health.

ABOUT NORTH STAR HEALTH

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, North Star Health ( www.northstarhealth.com ) is a health care data analytics company providing risk, cost, and care- management solutions for health plans, TPAs, self-insured companies, and wellness companies. Lumina(TM) from North Star Health integrates wellness, preventive health, disease management and predictive health functionalities into one platform. It was developed in conjunction with a nationally recognized health care policy expert and economist, Dr. Ken E. Thorpe.


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