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Oleen Pinnacle Announces Acquisition of Partners in Health Systems
Date:1/12/2009

Acquisition signals company expansion into the healthcare IT and government services marketplace

SILVER SPRING, Md. and SYRACUSE, N.Y., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Oleen Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting announced today that they have acquired Partners in Health Systems (PHS), a Central New York-based IT consulting firm. The acquisition creates a more diversified organization capable of offering healthcare IT services to both commercial and government sectors.

"We're very excited about the possibilities this acquisition represents for our current and future clients," said Pete Biagioni, President of Oleen Pinnacle. "The combined company will now be able to provide services to both public and private sector organizations with a focus on improving the deployment of IT solutions across both sectors." Michael Spurchise, President of PHS added, "At the core, PHS has always been about creating relationships -- the synergy and compatibility of our two organizations is clear. By combining with Oleen Pinnacle, we'll be able to broaden the strength of our organization, and provide our clients expanded technical and professional services."

About Oleen Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting

Oleen Pinnacle is a national healthcare consulting firm focused solely on information systems with an expertise in the business and practice of healthcare. Our clients include all types of healthcare organizations, from integrated delivery systems to HMO's, medical practices, hospitals and State healthcare agencies. Since 1988, Oleen Pinnacle has assisted clients with every aspect of the information management process including project management, analysis, business process reengineering, implementations, conversions, custom programming, training, EDI, and facilities management. Oleen Pinnacle services clients from corporate offices in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. For more information, call 800.248.9534 or v
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