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Access MediQuip Moves Company Headquarters to Lake Mary, Florida
Date:11/9/2009

LAKE MARY, Fla., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Access MediQuip, LLC, the nation's first and largest provider of outsourced implantable medical device management solutions to the healthcare industry, announced today that it is relocating its corporate headquarters to Lake Mary, Florida. The move, prompted by the firm's continued rapid growth, includes a major expansion of the Primera Blvd, Lake Mary office space that will open in January 2010 and relocation and expansion of the Houston facilities to the new, LEED® certified, One & Two Oak Park complex in the Westchase District.

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"Our growth is fueled by success in helping our clients reduce healthcare costs and improve patient care," said Access MediQuip Chief Executive Officer Tim Hargarten. "Access MediQuip is pleased to be able to continue supporting job growth and further economic development in the greater Orlando and Houston markets."

Access MediQuip was founded in 1997 to bring clarity and efficiency to the procurement, reimbursement and management of high-cost implantable medical devices such as orthopedic and spinal implants. Since that time, Access MediQuip has become the nation's leading provider of implantable medical device management solutions. The company has expanded its services to more than 2,500 healthcare payers and providers, and 175 device manufacturers to help manage implantable medical devices used for thousands of procedures. Access MediQuip has also developed the industry's largest database of claims information for implantable medical devices to provide payers, manufacturers and providers with the most comprehensive data available on U.S. implantable medical device costs and utilization rates.

"Our expanded Houston facilities will capitalize on the outstanding business environment, infrastructure and healthcare resources that propelled our growth in the last several years," says Bill Elliott, Access MediQuip President and COO. "In addition to its pro-business climate, the Lake Mary area offers a talent pool with deep experience in specialty managed care that will facilitate our ability to attract the quality human resources we will need to achieve our vision."

Access MediQuip is the nation's first and largest provider of outsourced implantable medical device management solutions. The company works with thousands of payers, manufacturers and providers to manage the acquisition, financing, delivery and reimbursement of implantable medical devices such as orthopedic and spinal implants. Founded in 1997, the company is now headquartered in Lake Mary, Florida. For more information, please visit www.accessmediquip.com.

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