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

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"We are pleased that again, so many of CareTech Solutions client websites were recognized for their excellence," said Chris Catallo, executive director of web products and services. "Our clients recognize building a relationship with their customers includes the online experience."

About eHealthcare Leadership Awards

The eHealthcare Leadership Awards highlight the Internet's role in achieving an organization's business objectives and recognize the hard work involved in creating outstanding health websites. Over 1,100 entries were submitted and 116 individuals familiar with health care and the Internet judged the entries. For more information, visit www.strategichealthcare.com.

About CareTech Solutions, Inc.

CareTech Solutions, Inc., an information technology and Web products and services provider for hospitals and health systems, creates value for clients through customized solutions that contribute to improving patient care while lowering healthcare costs. From implementing emerging technologies to supporting day-to-day operations, CareTech offers clients expert services across the entire patient data lifecycle.

CareTech Solutions won a coveted 2008 Best in KLAS award for the IT Outsourcing (Extensive) segment, as ranked by healthcare executives and professionals in the 2008 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards report. CareTech's Best in KLAS distinction follows the company's achievement of leading overall performance scores in KLAS' 2008 Extensive IT Outsourcing Study. CareTech's overall performance score was 94.6 on a 100-point scale - the top score among six competing extensive IT outsourcing firms cited in the report, and the highest score KLAS has measured since first measuring extensive IT outsourcing performan
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