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Xpedior, e-med.OnCall Team Up to Provide Health Service

Xpedior, Inc. Thursday announced it would prescribe an online remedy for e-med.OnCall, Inc. to provide secure health care management applications online.

The Chicago-based Application Service Provider (ASP) partnered with the online health resource to assemble e-med.OnCall's business-to-business health assessment products and services.

Xpedior (XPDR) made the move to fill the growing demand for consumer-driven healthcare and benefits management.

e-med.OnCall plans to work with Xpedior to develop its consumer's health plan management service. The program offers personalized healthcare benefit management designed to save money for both employees and employers.

Marshall Rozzi, e-med.OnCall chief executive officer expressed confidence in Xpedior's ability to expand its health management programs.

"We are confident that Xpedior's expertise in building cutting-edge e-business solutions will result in a dynamic site and product for our customers," Rozzi said.

Cindy Pogrund, Xpedior Midwest region senior vice president, said its history of developing mission critical systems made the ASP a good fit for fast-growing system like e-med.OnCall.

"Xpedior's ability to provide end-to-end solutions to dot.com companies, such as e-med.OnCall, exemplifies Xpedior's position as a leading developer of emerging e-business firms," Pogrund said.

Xpedior provides comprehensive programming services for Global 2000 companies, government, and emerging digital businesses. It delivers scalable end-to-end Web-based solutions to help e-commerce entities come to market. The company has approximately 1,300 employees located in 15 offices in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia.

e-med.OnCall offers Internet systems designed to improve personal healthcare and access individual healthcare resources. Its flagship product is HealthBuzz.com, a health risk assessment Web site.



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