Harmony Information Systems Selected to Present at Exclusive MAVA Capital Connection 2010 Event

CEO Joseph Sander to Showcase How Harmony’s Human Services Solutions Are On the Front Lines of Health Care Reform

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This year’s event provides a great opportunity for us to showcase our position as the dominant company in the home-based aging services market, part of the fastest growing segment of the health care industry, to an influential group of investors.

Reston, VA (PRWEB) May 19, 2010

Harmony Information Systems, Inc. (Harmony), the leader in integrated health and human services management, announced today that it was one of 40 Expansion Stage companies selected to present at the Mid-Atlantic Venture Associations’ (MAVA) Capital Connection 2010 Conference. The Capital Connection Conference which will take place May 19-20, 2010 in Baltimore, MD, is an invitation-only event that offers leading technology companies the opportunity to present to the Mid-Atlantic region's venture capital community.

“We are delighted to be selected to participate in the MAVA Capital Connection 2010 Conference,” said Joseph R. Sander, president and CEO of Harmony Information Systems. “This year’s event provides a great opportunity for us to showcase our position as the dominant company in the home-based aging services market, part of the fastest growing segment of the health care industry, to an influential group of investors.”

On Thursday, May 20th at 11:05 a.m., Sander will present an overview of the company and its suite of on-demand solutions that enable human services organizations to more cost-effectively serve a growing number of seniors and intellectually-disabled consumers through services provided in homes instead of nursing homes, institutions, and hospitals.

“In 2010, we have seen a robust pool of early and expansion stage companies from across the country with a variety of interesting, viable technology solutions and products designed to address market needs,” said Julia Spicer, MAVA’s executive director. “To be selected to present is a testament to the exceptional strength of these enterprises and to the compelling nature of their business proposition.”

Harmony’s integrated health and human services management system allows states, localities and providers to work from one integrated system. Delivered over the web as an on-demand solution, Harmony automates intra-agency operations while seamlessly enabling collaboration between agencies. Today, more than 450 human services organizations of all sizes, including 39 state-level agencies, rely on Harmony to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of their service delivery.

To learn more about the Harmony and our integrated suite of health and human services solutions, visit us at the MAVA Capital Connections ’10 Conference at Table #13 or at http://www.harmonyis.com.

About Harmony Information Systems, Inc.
Harmony Information Systems, Inc., (Harmony), the leader in integrated health and human services management, provides comprehensive solutions that enable organizations to manage growing consumer case loads with existing resources. The company's end-to-end solutions manage the delivery of care for elders and intellectually disabled persons, enabling organizations to maximize outcomes while increasing service delivery efficiency, ensuring compliance with funding requirements, and automating Medicaid waiver processes. Harmony products are used by more than 450 state, local, and private provider human service organizations to manage both traditional and consumer-directed models of service. For more information on Harmony products and solutions, visit http://www.harmonyis.com or call us at 866.951.2219.

About MAVA’s Capital Connection ‘10
Produced by the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA), Capital Connection http://www.capitalconnection.org is one of the nation’s most successful and influential technology innovation and private investor events. Over the years, companies have raised more than $2.9 billion of venture investments during their first year after participating. More than 200 high tech companies, representing combined equipment and services buying power of more than $3 billion, are typically in attendance at the event. MAVA is a non-profit association representing the full spectrum of capital sources, as well as entrepreneurs and corporate partners from high growth sectors. MAVA provides a wide range of programs, information and forums designed to stimulate company growth, facilitate deal-making, encourage collaboration, and foster relationships among entrepreneurs, investors, strategic partners and customers. Membership includes more than 500 investment professionals representing nearly 100 firms with collectively more than $90 billion in capital under management. For more information, please visit http://www.mava.org.

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