RedChip Companies Will Participate at the 2008 Health Tech Investment Forum in New York City

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The Collaborative Communications Summit (CCS) Health Tech Investment Forum announces that RedChip Companies, Inc. will participate as a Presenting Sponsor. The forum will take place Tuesday, September 30th in New York City.

The Collaborative Communications Summit (CCS) Health Tech Investment Forum announces that RedChip Companies, Inc. will participate as a Presenting Sponsor. The forum will take place Tuesday, September 30th in New York City.    

RedChip's participation at the Health Tech Investment Forum will provide attendees a unique opportunity to engage the firm's representatives for its full suite of research and investor relations services. For over 15 years RedChip has been dedicated to "Discovering Tomorrow's Blue Chips Today™." RedChip's long history of success includes research coverage on Starbucks™, Nike™, MarketWatch.com™, Daktronics™ and many other companies before they were Blue Chips.

"As healthcare technology investment and coverage continues to grow, we're very pleased that RedChip understands the huge opportunity and value in focusing on this exciting sector," said Waco Hoover, President of the Health Tech Investment Forum.    

RedChip analysts seek out up-and-coming and undiscovered small-cap companies before they show up on Wall Street's radar screen. The company provides fundamental, action-oriented research on companies that meet its five basic criteria: Effective Management, Mass Appeal, Growing Sales, Improving Margins and Profitability or Near Term Profitability.

RedChip has developed the most comprehensive research and investor relations platform for small-cap companies available in the market today. RedChip Visibility, a division of RedChip Companies, focuses on four areas: Company-sponsored Research, Quarterly Conferences, Digital IR, and Traditional Investor Relations services. RedChip's products are designed to give its clients exposure to thousands of serious investors looking for opportunities in the small-cap sector.

"We have been in the business of providing high-quality small-cap research and investor conferences for 17 years, and we believe our distribution network is the best in the business for small-cap companies," said Dave Gentry, CEO of RedChip Companies. "RedChip identifies how, why, and when potential investors are most likely to be receptive to public companies. Through this approach, RedChip helps companies meet the right investors with pinpoint accuracy. Our network includes thousands of small-cap fund-managers, individual investors and retail brokers."

Presenting healthcare technology providers at the Forum include Access Granted, PracticeIT, Paquin Healthcare Companies, Integral Information Systems, Sensiotec and Park Avenue Medical Associates. The line up of firms offer unique and innovative technology solutions designed for the healthcare market and will provide a unique opportunity for investors to identify new opportunities.    

Participants include: Agile Equity, Minerva Advisory Group, RedChip Companies, PracticeIT, Welch Allyn, Sensiotec, Access Granted, Leerink Swann & Co, Paquin Healthcare Companies, Sparrow Medical, Integral Information Systems, Park Avenue Medical Data Systems, Merrill Lynch, Shattuck Hammond Partners, Goldman Sachs, OneMedPlace, Equities Magazine, Fierce Markets, HedgeCo.Net, HedgeFundTools.com, HedgeFundEmployment.com, HedgeFundLounge.com, Private Equity Insider, Pharma Company Insight and World Pharmaceutical Markets.    

About Health Technology Investment Forum:
The 2008 CCS Health Technology Investment Forum is a one day conference that will provide an opportunity for investors and healthcare leaders to discover the latest trends and investment opportunities. The Health Technology Investment Forum is designed to bring together leading investors, market leaders, and high growth companies focused on healthcare technology. While other industries have embraced information technology as a cornerstone of their business process healthcare has traditionally remained a laggard. In recent years this trend has reversed and there now exists a myriad of investment opportunities in the healthcare technology sector. http://www.ccsexpo.com/healthtechforum.html

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