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iMedica Announces New Leadership for Regional Sales Teams
Date:4/6/2009

Martin A. Cody Joins iMedica as Regional Vice President of Sales for Central U.S.

DALLAS, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- iMedica Corporation, a leading developer of healthcare software solutions for physician practices, today announced that Martin A. Cody has joined iMedica as Regional Vice President of Sales covering the central United States. He is responsible for building the regional iMedica sales organization and exploring business development and partnership opportunities.

Cody, who has over 20 years of sales experience, joins iMedica from Allscripts Healthcare Solutions where he served as Regional Sales Manager for that company's Chicago territory, where he ranked number one in company-wide sales. During his first year as Regional Sales Manager at Allscripts he signed the largest "hosting" customer in Ambulatory Division history.

In the regional Northeast and Southeast sales forces, Paul Grant and Bret Bandi have been promoted to Regional Vice Presidents, respectively. Grant, who has six years of sales experience with iMedica and a history of increasing responsibility, has been a catalyst for growing iMedica's presence in the Northeast United States. Bandi, who joined iMedica in October 2008 has overhauled the Southeast sales organization in his short time with the company.

"All of these individuals will provide iMedica with a strong management presence and sales leadership throughout the United States," said Michael Nissenbaum, President and CEO at iMedica. "They are equally comfortable and successful in selling to the small physician office, large medical entities or working with hospital executives to help automate their owned and affiliated physicians. Their focus on detail is legendary, as is their reputation for being physician advocates and building relationships, which transcend the sales transaction."

About iMedica Corporation

Founded in 1998, iMedica is an innovator in the development of electronic health records and practice management solutions for physician practices. Based on its comprehensive study of physician practice workflow and extensive consultations with practicing physicians, iMedica has developed Patient Relationship Manager(TM) (PRM), a single-application EHR and PM solution that utilizes Microsoft's latest .NET technology. PRM's unique, template-free design adapts to a physician's workflow and sets the benchmark for ease of use and deployment, speed and portability. iMedica's replication technology enables backup, recovery and accessibility, as well as customization and solution management with minimal IT staff intervention. For more information, call 866-960-6890 or visit www.imedica.com.

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