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QuickCheck Health Inc. CEO to Present at World Health Care Congress Conference April 4-6 in Washington D.C.
Date:3/17/2011

MINNEAPOLIS, March 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- QuickCheck Health, an innovative medical device and health services company, announced today that it will be presenting at the 2011 World Health Care Congress on April 4-6, 2011 at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in Washington D.C.

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QuickCheck Health's previous presentations have been well received. "Even with reform, health care costs continue to increase making firms like QuickCheck Health particularly interesting to stakeholders," said Dave Durenberger Jr. of Hennepin Faculty Associates, a Minneapolis area physician group; "Employers, providers and consumers are all looking for more efficient care delivery and QuickCheck delivers for all three."  

QuickCheck will be presenting as part of the WHCC Affordable Health Innovations Global Initiative. Said Tom Henke, Founder and CEO, "QuickCheck Health's solution will offer consumers dramatic savings as high as 75% or more on treatment of several common conditions while leaving care decisions in the hands of local providers." Henke continued, "Local healthcare providers will play an integral role in QCH's offering, allowing convenient, online care for uncomplicated illness with the benefit of a clinic visit for patients that should not be treated remotely." At the conference QuickCheck hopes to find provider partners from around the United States to deliver care to QuickCheck Health consumers.  

About QuickCheck Health Inc.

QuickCheck Health is a privately held, innovative health care company founded in 2010. QCH's "Retail Clinic in a Box" concept is aimed at providing at-home health care at a much lower cost than traditional care alternatives like clinics, urgent care and retail clinics while reaching a broader range of people needing health services.  QCH is developin
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