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MHA to Release Results of Second Annual Independent Long Term Care Member Study
Date:3/18/2009

FLORHAM PARK, N.J., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Managed Health Care Associates, Inc. (MHA) announces the completion of its second annual Independent Long Term Care Member Study, the results of which will be revealed at the 2009 MHA Business Summit, March 19-20, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The inaugural study was completed in 2008 and was widely popular with MHA members, business partners and industry insiders. As a continued commitment to the industry, MHA enhanced the 2009 Study to include detailed information on key performance metrics in three areas: finance, operations and technology. The new study also features the Independent LTC pharmacy self-reported data segmented into two main subgroups: 1) number of residents serviced and 2) geographic region.

An overview of results, methodology and discussion of impact will be delivered at the conference via open forum allowing time for audience Q&A.

"We are very pleased to continue our commitment to members and business partners by publishing the Independent Long Term Care Study," stated Michelle Templin, Vice President of Long Term Care. "With valuable feedback received from our inaugural study we were able to develop a more detailed 2009 report providing further insight for our member pharmacies. As the largest alternate site healthcare group purchasing and managed care contracting organization serving LTC pharmacies, we are uniquely positioned to gather this data in a manner that is statistically significant and relevant to the LTC industry."

MHA members attending the Business Summit will receive a complimentary copy of the Independent Long Term Care Member Study. All members not in attendance will be able to request a copy of the study directly through their National Account Manager. Non-members and other interested parties can request copies by contacting MHA's Marketing Department.


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