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SynCare, LLC Honored as Indiana Company to Watch
Date:7/27/2009

INDIANAPOLIS, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- SynCare, LLC(R), an innovator in disease and case management, has been selected as one of 50 Indiana Companies to Watch. The 50 Companies to Watch program, created and managed by the Edward Lowe Foundation, is sponsored by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and its Small Business Development Center network and Purdue University.

The program celebrates high-performing, second-stage companies from across the state based on their marketplace performance, innovative products, unique processes, special use of technology and work within local communities.

This year more than 500 Indiana companies, representing 59 Indiana counties, were nominated for the Companies to Watch program. Companies honored range from traditional businesses involved in manufacturing, financial services and retail trade to high-tech companies working in the life sciences, information technology, telecommunications, and aerospace industries.

"SynCare is honored by this recognition," said Stephanie DeKemper, Chief Executive Officer of SynCare. "We believe it shows our commitment to the economic growth and development in our surrounding community, and demonstrates that Indiana is the perfect place to do business."

In addition to a skilled and highly trained staff, SynCare attributes its growth to a technological based disease and care management model inclusive of a culturally competent delivery system, integrated social services component, and overall outcomes focus.

SynCare and other recipients will be celebrated in an awards event Thursday, August 27, 2009, at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.

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- term health care costs. For more information, visit www.SynCareLLC.com or call (317) 755-4017.

ABOUT INDIANA COMPANIES TO WATCH

Indiana Companies to Watch is a collaborative effort of the Indiana Economic Development Corp., its Small Business Development Center Network, Purdue University and the Edward Lowe Foundation. It is unique because of its focus on second-stage companies that demonstrate the intent and capacity to grow based on employee or sales growth, exceptional entrepreneurial leadership, sustainable competitive advantage and other notable strengths. For more information, visit http://companiestowatch.org.

    News Contact:
    Kim LaSalle
    kim@2-0group.com
    P: 317-577-1804
    M: 317-361-0718


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