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SynCare, LLC(TM) Awarded HealthCare USA Health Risk Assessments Contract
Date:4/30/2009

INDIANAPOLIS, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- SynCare, LLC, today announced it was awarded a contract to conduct telephonic health risk assessments for HealthCare USA members in Missouri. HealthCare USA engaged SynCare to conduct the assessments and to assist in moving membership into appropriate case management programs.

HealthCare USA is a MO HealthNet Managed Care health plan serving over 180,000 Medicaid and SCHIP members. Their mission is to improve MO HealthNet Recipients' access to quality health care by providing a comprehensive network of providers and community organizations. As part of their commitment to improve health outcomes, HealthCare USA has engaged SynCare, LLC to assess 100% of their membership to identify those who would benefit from additional case management. SynCare's unique ability to engage and motivate at risk populations to improve their health outcomes makes this a win-win partnership.

This contract enables SynCare to expand operations into Missouri as well as grow corporate capacity in Indiana.

Stephanie DeKemper, Chief Executive Officer of SynCare, stated, "We are pleased to announce our partnership with HealthCare USA and look forward to growing this partnership over the next year. SynCare has demonstrated its ability to achieve quality outcomes in its service lines and this contract is the first step in our corporate goal to expand services into eight new markets over the course of the next three years."

ABOUT SYNCARE LLC

SynCare, LLC(R) is an innovator in disease and case management, with discrete expertise in managing asthma, diabetes, prenatal, obesity, and other chronic co-morbid conditions. SynCare's flexible and scalable services are designed to create behavioral changes that improve clinical outcomes, such as improved quality of life, increased employee productivity, and reduced workplace absenteeism while decreasing short- and long-t
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