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American Outcomes Management, L.P. announces the appointment of Patrick S. Smith as President and Chief Operating Officer
Date:2/7/2013

NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- American Outcomes Management, L.P. (AOM) announced today the appointment of Patrick S. Smith as President and Chief Operating Officer.  Mr. Smith has been instrumental in pioneering the home infusion and specialty pharmaceutical industry from the time he founded and served as CEO of New England Critical Care in the early 1980's. His focus at New England Critical Care, as well as Critical Care America, was to provide the highest levels of clinical services in delivering complex medical care to patients in the home care setting.  His vision and leadership as CEO of both companies, established the 'gold' standard for infusion services in the U.S., and his development of the systems necessary to deliver these services in a cost effective manner remains a permanent standard for the home care industry. Mr. Smith will be focusing American Outcomes Management on increasing its disease specific management programs, as well as expanding AOM's service areas to include new geographical markets throughout the U.S.

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Dr. Samuel Jampolis , CEO and founder of AOM stated, "We are extremely pleased to be working with Pat as leader of our management team.  I believe his proven track record as an innovator in our industry will provide our company with innumerable opportunities to expand AOM's disease specific clinical services as well as elevating our geographical presence to a nationwide level. His joining AOM is a clear indication of our movement to market leadership.  His demonstrated abilities to direct and mentor healthcare professionals to be able to provide complex medical services in the home setting are fundamental to the delivery of cost efficient healthcare in '/>"/>

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