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MEI Development Corporation and GE Healthcare Sign Strategic Agreement
Date:5/18/2009

GE's Sole-Source Agreement Spans MEI's Broad Solution Offerings

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- MEI Development Corporation (MEI), a subsidiary of The MEI Healthcare Group, announced today a strategic agreement with GE Healthcare (NYSE: GE), a leading provider of healthcare technology. The sole-source, strategic agreement offers GE Healthcare's customers the option of MEI's broad solutions, including development, financial, oncology, women's health and consulting services.

"Our partnership with MEI provides a single, seamless platform for a comprehensive imaging solution," said Bob White, Senior Vice President, GE Healthcare. "When customers are provided with a robust, scalable model under one platform, the quality and cost of healthcare delivery improves."

"Our agreement ensures that MEI will continue to provide physician and hospital clients with seamless access to GE's industry-leading technology, which is fundamental to delivering MEI's comprehensive solution portfolio," said Gordon Baltzer, President and CEO of The MEI Healthcare Group.

MEI Development Corporation provides turnkey solutions for physicians, outpatient facilities and hospitals that are interested in adding and updating imaging technology. MEI offers a unique array of services including determining project viability, creation and implementation of business planning, procurement of imaging equipment and complete project financing.

About MEI: The MEI Healthcare Group, LLC, headquartered in Coral Springs, Florida, is a healthcare strategy firm that works with physician groups and medical centers to provide turnkey healthcare solutions for imaging and radiation therapy services.

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