LiveProcess Continues National Expansion into Four New Key States

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Nationwide demand escalates for comprehensive emergency preparedness and incident management solutions

The additions of our new customers are important milestones for LiveProcess as we begin expanding throughout the country

LiveProcess, the leader in healthcare emergency preparedness and incident management solutions, announced today that it has entered four new states, adding hospital customers in California, Texas, New York and Alabama to its growing national network.

These additions come as LiveProcess continues to build out its national presence and drive continued enhancements of its industry-leading, Web-based platform.

The new customers include:

  •     California - Fifteen hospitals in the County of Riverside in Southern California including Riverside Medical Center, Desert Regional Medical Center, Riverside Community Hospital and Corona Regional Medical Center.
  •     Texas - Fifteen hospitals with the Dallas-Fort Worth-based North Central Texas Trauma Regional Area Center (NCTTRAC), including Parkland Memorial Hospital, Denton Regional Medical Center, the Medical Center of Plano and Texoma Medical Center.
  •     New York - Cooperstown, NY-based Bassett Healthcare, a multi-hospital system covering 5,000 square miles in upstate New York. Bassett includes five hospitals and a large number of outpatient clinics and health centers in eight counties.
  •     Alabama - East Alabama Medical Center, Opelika, AL, and Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital, Phenix City, AL, one of Phenix City's largest employers.

LiveProcess helps healthcare facilities of all sizes -- from small, freestanding hospitals to large integrated healthcare networks -- meet disaster preparedness challenges with a broad range of solutions. LiveProcess also maintains a proven record of supporting emergency preparedness and response activities within healthcare systems and regional coordinating facilities.

"The additions of our new customers are important milestones for LiveProcess as we begin expanding throughout the country," said Nathaniel Weiss, CEO and founder. LiveProcess recently closed a significant growth capital financing round to drive the continued national implementation of its first-to-market emergency management solution. The company is aggressively expanding nationwide as demand escalates for a comprehensive solution to emergency preparedness and incident management.

About LiveProcess:
LiveProcess was established in the wake of the September 11th attacks and the worldwide SARS outbreak in response to widespread recognition that healthcare needed a better way to plan and respond to disasters. In 2003, LiveProcess launched its centralized, Web-based disaster preparation and incident management platform -- the first of its kind for healthcare -- to help healthcare organizations prepare for and respond to both large- and small-scale emergencies and disasters. Today, it is the leader in emergency management for hospitals.

The LiveProcess platform is used by hundreds of hospitals across the country. In addition, the American Hospital Association (AHA) has exclusively endorsed LiveProcess as the choice for disaster readiness and incident command solutions for its more than 5,000 member hospitals.

The LiveProcess platform provides hospitals, other healthcare providers and public health agencies with the ability to evaluate and manage their own preparedness and state of readiness, as well as coordinate response with other entities, from small incidents through large-scale healthcare emergencies. Its broad and growing range of fully-integrated tools include Hazard Vulnerability Analyses (HVAs), an integrated Incident Command System (ICS), NIMS Compliance activities, Drills for Readiness and Compliance, a real-time Event Log, and Competency-Based Training capabilities.

For more information on LiveProcess, please visit http://www.liveprocess.com.

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