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Pittsburgh Life Sciences Company Using Community Health Surveillance Platform to Track H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu)

Pittsburgh, PA, May 4, 2009 -- Health Monitoring Systems (HMS) is a Pittsburgh-based company pioneering a new field in the healthcare information technology arena: Community Health Surveillance. HMS is currently supporting state and local public health departments as they work to monitor the H1NI Flu (Swine Flu). HMS has been working continuously to help track and characterize the outbreak of H1N1 since the first cases in the United States were reported in April 2009.

 
HMS Extends EpiCenter™ Surveillance Coverage to 2.5 Million Nevadans

Pittsburgh, PA,  August 22, 2008 -- Health Monitoring Systems (HMS) announced an agreement with the Nevada State Health Division that will extend the coverage of the EpiCenter surveillance service to include the 2.5 million citizens of Nevada. The adoption of EpiCenter by Nevada brings the population covered by the service across the United States to 23 million.

 
HMS Appoints Karen Dockrell as Vice President of Sales

Pittsburgh, PA, July 24, 2008 -- Health Monitoring Systems (HMS) said today that Karen S. Dockrell has been appointed vice president, sales.

 
E. Coli Outbreak in New Jersey?

North Bergen, NJ, May 22, 2008 ‐‐ Over the course of two hours on a recent Friday, 20 people arrived, one by one, for emergency care at the Palisades Medical Center here. Each separately complained of various gastrointestinal symptoms, including nausea and diarrhea. A coincidence? Or the harbinger of a brewing epidemic, potentially threatening a larger swath of the Garden State?

 
HMS Launches EpiCenter Surveillance System

Pittsburgh, PA, April 15, 2008 -- Health Monitoring Systems (HMS) said today that it has released EpiCenter™ 2.0, an online system featuring robust new data and analytical tools that empower epidemiologists and others in public health agencies to operate more effectively and dramatically improve health surveillance programs in their communities.

 
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