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Saint Louis Public School District Awards Contract to Accelify
Date:9/24/2009

SAINT LOUIS, Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Accelify announced today that the Special Administrative Board of Saint Louis Public School District (SLPS) voted unanimously to approve the selection of Accelify for Medicaid Administrative claiming services. St. Louis Public Schools serves approximately 25,000 students making it the largest school district in the State of Missouri.

Accelify was among a number of companies who responded to RFP 005-0910. According to presentations made at the SAB meeting on September 22nd, 2009, Accelify was awarded the contract as the leading bid in each area of the scoring criteria utilized.

"We are extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Saint Louis Public Schools and its exceptional leadership team," said Alex Brecher, COO of Accelify. "St. Louis has a 170 plus year tradition of excellence in education. Being able to support the children of SLPS with our services is an honor and a privilege."

Mr. Brecher added, "It is also a testament to our Missouri team that the two districts that employed an RFP process chose Accelify. The week before last, Ferguson-Florissant, with approximately 12,000 students, selected Accelify and now St. Louis Public."

Beginning in Q4 2009 (October 1), Accelify will perform School District Administrative claiming and all related processes on behalf of SLPS. The program will be administered from Accelify's Kansas City office by Linda Kirkpatrick, MO State Coordinator.

For information on the Accelify Medicaid program, visit http://mo.acceliserv.com or email

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