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PeriGen, Inc. Forms Strategic Alliance with Willis Healthcare to Improve Quality of Care in OB
Date:2/9/2011

ies, which represent the next generation of clinical decision support tools for Obstetrics. Providing real-time, interactive guidance at the patient's bedside, PeriGen's fetal monitor and OB patient record facilitate the delivery of consistent, repeatable high-quality care.

"It is common for insurance brokers to anticipate risk, but Willis is unique in its approach to claims prevention," said Donald A. Deieso, Ph.D., Chairman and CEO of PeriGen. "Recognizing that the most effective guard against medical malpractice claims is high-quality, evidence-based care, Willis has chosen to arm its clients with PeriGen's sophisticated risk management and quality improvement tools. We are proud to collaborate with an insurance broker of Willis' caliber and foresight, and we are honored to have been selected to share our offerings with Willis' client base."

About PeriGen, Inc. PeriGen is a technology-enabled professional services company specializing in risk reduction and clinical quality improvement in Obstetrics and is the only OB-specific risk reduction company to provide solutions which generate immediate, quantifiable and clinical value. Singularly focused on reducing risk and improving financial performance, PeriGen's advanced clinical decision support and fetal monitoring solutions are installed in over 100 hospitals across North America. A pioneer in advanced clinical decision support, PeriGen provides innovative solutions and a full suite of complementary professional and consulting services that reduce risk and improve clinical outcomes. PeriGen is a US corporation headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, with offices in Canada and Israel. For more information, please visit us at www.perigen.com.

About WillisWillis Group Holdings plc is a leading global insurance broker, developing and delivering professional insurance, reinsurance, risk management, financial and human resource consulting and actuarial se
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