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HealthMedia's Strongest Single Quarter Results: Growth Driven by Product Enhancements, New Partnerships
Date:12/20/2007

Health care license revenue increases more than 100% in third quarter

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthMedia, the global leader in scalable behavior change interventions with outcomes, secured several new partnerships and continued to experience rapid growth throughout the third quarter of 2007. The company also introduced enhancements to its HealthMedia Connect(TM) product and was honored for its leadership and innovation.

HealthMedia's health care license revenue in the third quarter of 2007 increased more than 100 percent from the same quarter in 2006. The company also experienced its highest earnings for any single quarter since its inception in 1998.

"HealthMedia's growth continues to be driven by product enhancements, new partnerships, and expansion of existing relationships," explained Ted Dacko, HealthMedia President and CEO. "HealthMedia's scalable, results-driven programs are increasingly valuable to employers and health plans seeking meaningful and proven ways to reduce medical costs, improve productivity, and increase overall health. As more and more populations turn to the Web for ways to manage and improve health, the HealthMedia revolution continues to gain traction."

Product Enhancements Support HealthMedia's Value to Customers

The introduction of HealthMedia Connect(TM) enables HealthMedia to provide its customers a comprehensive solution that facilitates connections with end users, including employees and health plan members. HealthMedia Connect enhancements, designed to drive maximum participation and ensure return on investment, include tailored intelligent recruitment methods and additional incentive management options.

HealthMedia Results(TM), an innovative package of products and services, helps customers better understand their populations and determine the results and value of the behavior change interventions. This comprehensive understanding of outcomes data allows HealthMedia
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