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CareTech Solutions Web Clients Earn Top Recognition in the Tenth Annual eHealthcare Leadership Awards Competition
Date:12/4/2009

TROY, Mich., Dec. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- CareTech Solutions, an information technology (IT) and web products and services provider for hospitals and health systems, announced today that six of its client -hospital web sites earned ten awards in the Strategic Communications eHealthcare Leadership Awards competition. The awards were accepted by CareTech Solutions Executive Director of web products and services, Chris Catallo, at the 13th annual Greystone Internet Healthcare Conference, held November 2-4, 2009 in Las Vegas, NV.

CareTech Solution's clients receiving eHealthcare Leadership Awards are:

Gold Awards:

Detroit Medical Center (www.dmc.org) Best Web 2.0

Hendricks Regional Health (www.hendricks.org) Best Overall Internet Site

Oakwood Healthcare System (www.oakwood.org). Best Intranet Site

Another client, a major university teaching hospital, Best Web 2.0

Silver awards:

Hendricks Regional Health (www.hendricks.org) Best Site Design

Holy Family Memorial (www.hfmhealth.org) Best Health/Healthcare Content

Hurley Medical Center (www.thehealthcareconnection.com) Best Site Design

Oakwood Healthcare System (www.oakwood.org) Best Overall Internet Site

Oakwood Healthcare System (www.oakwood.org) Best Site Design

Distinction Award:

Detroit Medical Center (

SOURCE CareTech Solutions, Inc.
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