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Coast Healthcare Management Launches CERECONS Health IT Solution

ANAHEIM HILLS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- Unlimited Innovations, a leading provider of IT solutions for the healthcare industry, has announced the implementation and launch of its CERECONS Health IT product suite for Coast Healthcare Management.

CERECONS' innovative cloud-based software provides Coast with powerful clinical decision support and population management tools to help them deliver quality, efficient care while automating administrative tasks and enabling patient access to medical records including lab and medication history.

"The CERECONS product suite gives Coast Healthcare Management the tools and solutions they need to continue their impressive growth in total membership, while empowering their administrators to benefit from the operational efficiencies and clinical insight gained through CERECONS," said Philip Paul, president of Unlimited Innovations.

Founded in 1986 with headquarters in Lakewood, California, Coast provides management and administration services to medical groups and IPAs totaling more than 100,000 patients and 700 physicians and specialists throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Coast's key criteria for choosing a Health IT partner included integration expertise and a quick implementation cycle.

"We searched for a Health IT partner with a proven care collaboration solution that could help us integrate several of our existing IT systems and displace a number of other tools that didn't meet our workflow efficiency and clinical insight objectives. The solution also had to meet critical deployment deadlines within a matter of weeks of project start. We proceeded with CERECONS because of their strong commitment to deliver," said Simon Brandon, Director of Information Systems for Coast Healthcare Management.

"We are very pleased with our selection of CERECONS, and are grateful to them for keeping their delivery commitments," Brandon added. "They are among the most professional and productive firms we've had the pleasure of working with."

About CERECONS
CERECONS is a private cloud-based platform for care coordination and patient engagement that leverages community-based Electronic Health Records to deliver Clinical Decision Support at the point-of-care and also gives patients access to their healthcare information. With more than a decade of experience that counts 69 risk-bearing entities currently under contract, 60,000+ primary care physicians and specialists as well as 1.5 million patients, CERECONS' innovative Health IT solutions and data integration capabilities are used by leading medical groups and healthcare organizations including Health Plans, MSOs, IPAs, Hospital Networks, ACOs and Self-Funded Employer Groups. For more information, visit cerecons.com

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