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Looking Forward: The Use of Health IT in Crisis
Date:4/30/2009

A Podcast from Perot Systems on the Role of Information Technology in Improving Healthcare

PLANO, Texas, April 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Edition 3

    Host:    Dr. Harry Greenspun, executive vice president and chief
             medical officer for Perot Systems healthcare group

    Guest:   Dr. Nathaniel Hupert, Director of The Preparedness Modeling Unit
             for The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and
             Associate Professor of public health and medicine at Weill
             Cornell Medical College

    What:    "Looking Forward: Perspectives on Healthcare and IT" - a podcast
             hosted by Dr. Harry Greenspun, Executive Vice President and
             Chief Medical Officer for Perot Systems Healthcare Group

    When:    This podcast will be available for download on April 30, 2009

    Where:  http://www.perotsystems.com/MediaRoom/podcasts

    Contact: Jonathan Moss
             +1 972-577-6395
             jonathan.moss@ps.net

Perot Systems (NYSE: PER) (www.perotsystems.com) hosts a series of podcasts with its Chief Medical Officer, Harry Greenspun. This edition of "Looking Forward" is a conversation between Dr. Greenspun and Dr. Nathaniel Hupert of the CDC on the use of health IT in crisis control, a topic of increasing interest and relevance in light of the recent event that have unfolded with the Swine influenza outbreak.

The following quotes from Dr. Nathaniel Hupert are highlights of the podcast:

On preparedness modeling:

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