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RediClinic Offers Affordable New Plan Clinically Shown to Double a Person's Chance to Stop Smoking
Date:8/19/2007

ower than the cost of other smoking cessation programs.

-- RediClinic nurse practitioners are available beyond the 12-week program

for ongoing support if necessary.

"Our goal is to continuously offer accessible and affordable new healthcare services that put people in the driver's seat when it comes to managing their health," said Golinkin.

RediClinics are in-store healthcare facilities that offer consumers easy access to high-quality, routine medical services at affordable prices. RediClinics are staffed by certified nurse practitioners who work with local physicians to diagnose, treat and prescribe medications for common medical conditions, such as earaches, strep throat and upper respiratory infections. They also administer a wide range of preventive services, including health screenings, flu shots and other vaccinations, and back-to-school physical exams.

RediClinics are open seven days a week (including most holidays) and offer extended hours on weekdays. Adults and children over age two are welcome, no appointments are necessary, and a typical visit takes about 15 minutes.

RediClinic uses a proprietary electronic medical record system to document and guide patient visits. This system ensures patient suitability to RediClinic's limited scope of practice and facilitates continuity of care when other clinicians are involved. Patients who cannot be treated at RediClinic, or who need ongoing treatment, are referred to their primary care provider, if they have one, or to other physicians in their communities.

RediClinic visits are now covered by the four largest commercial health insurance carriers -- CIGNA, Aetna, Humana and UnitedHealthcare -- as well as by Medicare and a growing number of regional carriers. However, those who are covered by health plans that do not currently have agreements with RediClinic receive specially-formatted receipts that can be filed for possible reimbursement.

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