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Stabilix Publishes Version 2 of Health Companion, a Personal Healthcare Management Tool
Date:3/7/2008

SAN ANTONIO, March 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Stabilix Corporation, a software development and technology firm specializing in the healthcare marketplace, today announced that they have released a new more fully featured version of Health Companion. Stabilix Health Companion is a healthcare consumer tool that allows the individual to manage their healthcare costs, track expenses & reimbursements, and keep personal health records. The much anticipated version 2.0 is available for download at the Stabilix website now.

Stabilix Health Companion aggregates data from a variety of sources to provide a unified management tool for consumers. This product is consumer-owned - both the software and the data will remain on the individual's personal computer - while providing capability to integrate information from providers, insurance companies and health savings accounts. When consumers change jobs, healthcare insurance companies or providers, the product and information remain intact with the consumer.

"We believe that this version of the software will move consumers one step closer to acquiring the complete toolset necessary to manage and optimize the healthcare resources available to them," said George Samuel, Stabilix's Chief Executive Officer. "We are confident that the many who use the software today will find the upgraded version even richer in features and functionalities with increased ease of use. And if you are not a user of Health Companion, we encourage you to download a free evaluation copy and find out how the software can meet your individual and family needs."

Pricing and Availability

Health Companion is available both for Windows and Mac with this release. A 30-day evaluation copy of the tool can be downloaded free of cost at http://hc.stabilix.com

Consumers may also obtain a perpetual license of the product for $39.00.

About Stabilix Corporation

Stabilix Corporation is a full-service, stand-alone, advanced technology development group. It offers software products and development services targeted towards insurance companies, managed care organizations, integrated delivery networks and large physician group practices. Stabilix's core expertise is in the development and implementation of high-quality, cost-effective software solutions and technology outsourcing services. More information can be found at http://www.stabilix.com

For information, contact:

George Samuel

830.438.5760

press@stabilix.com

http://hc.stabilix.com

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