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Capital Factory Incubator Program helps tech startups succeed.

AUSTIN, Texas, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- eRelevance Corporation (www.erelevancecorp.com), a progressive Health IT services company, announced today that it has become a Capital Factory Incubator Company.

"Capital Factory is the center of Austin's startup ecosystem and Bob Fabbio and eRelevance participate and contribute at every level," said Joshua Baer, founder of Capital Factory. "One of the most successful entrepreneurs in Austin, Bob pays it forward as a mentor and angel investor to first time entrepreneurs. As part of the Incubator, eRelevance gets access to talent, investors, press and customer introductions and received a cash investment from the Capital Factory Fund."

"We're thrilled to be accepted into the program," stated Bob Fabbio, co-founder and CEO of eRelevance. "We are building a company that Austin can be proud of, solving an important problem in healthcare with a novel solution and a great team."

eRelevance's service is designed to help healthcare providers increase revenue by automatically engaging patients outside of the point-of-care to activate inactive patients, detect health problems/challenges with patients and drive them back in for care when needed, and find patients that are candidates for high margin services and activate them.  The HIPAA compliant service is inexpensive, can be implemented in a matter of minutes, and places no burden on the provider or staff.

About eRelevance Corporation

eRelevance Corporation (www.erelevancecorp.com), is a Progressive Patient Engagement Service Company that helps healthcare providers such as Dentists, Dermatologists, OB/GYNs, Optometrists, and Plastic Surgeons increase revenue and deliver better outcomes.  Our easy-to-use HIPAA compliant service enables healthcare providers to segment their patient population, activate those targeted patients, and engage them in progressive two-way personalized simulated conversations that gathers information, educates, and discovers candidates for new or follow-up care, while putting no burden on the provider or their staff.
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