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ADFLOW Health Networks and Stayhealthy Form Strategic Partnership to Deploy the Most Comprehensive Biometric Screening and Consumer Health Engagement Platform in U.S.
Date:10/19/2011

MONROVIA, Calif. and FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., Oct. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Stayhealthy, Inc., the industry leader in health and fitness measurement utilizing biometric testing devices and kiosks, and ADFLOW Health Networks, the industry leader in consumer focused, health engagement digital messaging, today announced a partnership that will redefine biometric testing solutions in the retail and non-retail markets.

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"This partnership will provide people with clinically valid information that is critical to achieving good health and fitness and do so conveniently and accessibly within their everyday lives," ADFLOW Health Networks' Chairman David Roscoe said. "It is very rewarding to see our technology applied in such a way as to make a positive impact on the personal health management of consumers across North America."

"With over 71 million consumers using retail pharmacy based blood pressure machines at least once in the last 12 months, the opportunity to help these individuals in a more meaningful way is now here. This new platform will enable pharmacists, retailers and others to play a larger role in creating a healthier America while at the same time providing consumers with convenient access to scientifically-validated clinical solutions,"(1) said Tommy G. Thompson, Chairman of the Board of Stayhealthy, Inc., and former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and Governor of Wisconsin.

As a result of this strategic relationship, the companies' combined customer base represents the largest market share for interactive digital biometric kiosks with leading national retail pharmacy chains across all classes of trade, worksites, and health systems in North America.  

The combination of Stayhealthy's FDA-cleared screening applications and health management tools, along with ADFLOW Health Networks' patented Dynamic Messaging System™, wi
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