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Vital Health Technologies, Inc. / Caribbean American Health Resorts Inc. Acquires Momentum Medical Group, Inc.
Date:2/25/2008

ulti-specialty and family practice medical clinic format," says the owner, Dr. Edward Rubin, who is a veteran of the healthcare industry. Just to list the top several efficiencies over conventional health care industry. First, all specialties share a single, proprietary computerized management and billing system eliminating redundant clerical services as with a Medical Office Building format filled with independent practices. Second, medical information is shared and organized into a single electronic medical record so all practitioners have access to other practitioners' information thereby eliminating redundant testing which lowers cost and increases quality of care. Third, like super high priced concierge service, a practitioner is available 24 hours to answer questions regarding your accessible medical record. Fourth, specialty services are available by appointment and housed in the same facility using the same shared resources. Fifth, digital communication is available for stat services and for real time data transmission, processing and analysis. Lastly, real time verification of payor coverage and of clinical quality indicators is instantly available for professional review and/or payment processing. It is virtually unheard of for a physician office to provide all of these services," he concludes.

Mr. Hal Martin, CEO of Vital Health Technologies, Inc. / Caribbean American Health Resorts, Inc, says that, "Lower cost, superior access and higher quality care and service is ultimately the outcome of such a hyper-efficient health care delivery format. This lower cost and wider breadth of service with real time computerized reporting of quality indicators and other critical data make Momentum Medical Group, Inc. attractive to workers compensation carriers and employers, insurance companies and health maintenance organizations, and most of all, to private pay and working patients who need flexible and immediately available medical service." Mr. Martin continu
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