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Creative Computer Applications, Inc. Announces The Harbin Clinic Signs Contract for CyberRAD Radiology Information System and the Radiology WebGateway.

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CALABASAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 4, 2002

Creative Computer Applications, Inc. (CCA) (AMEX:CAP), a leading provider of Clinical Information Systems (CIS) for hospital and clinic based laboratories, pharmacies and radiology departments, announced today that The Harbin Clinic, located in Rome, Georgia, has signed a contract for CCA's CyberRAD(R) Radiology Information System (RIS) and the Radiology WebGateway(TM).

Harbin Clinic is a multi-specialty clinic comprised of 110 physicians who represent over twenty-six medical specialties. Harbin Clinic consists of 6 full service facilities in the surrounding area as well as a ten county primary referral base. At present, Harbin Clinic performs in excess of 60,000 exams per year consisting of MRI, CT, Mammography, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, etc. According to Tom Fricks, Chief Information Officer at Harbin Clinic, "Through the implementation of the CyberRAD(R) Radiology Information System and integrated Radiology WebGateway(TM), Harbin Clinic will be empowering its physicians by placing critical radiology information at their fingertips, improving patient care and positioning the clinic to become HIPAA compliant. The implementation of CyberRAD(R) and voice recognition transcription for our radiologists are essential steps in our planned migration to Electronic Medical Records."

"We are pleased to announce our agreement with The Harbin Clinic," said Chris Coleman, Vice President of Sales for CCA. "CyberRAD continues to hit the mark for Imaging groups seeking a feature rich Radiology Information System with integrated Web Based tools that allow facilities to meet the diverse demands of healthcare today."

CCA is a leading healthcare information technology and service provider that provides software, services and web based solutions, specializing in Clinical Information Systems (CIS) for hospital and clinic based laboratories, pharmacies, and radiology departments. CCA's primary products, CyberLAB II(R), CyberMED(R) and CyberRAD(R), are highly functional, scalable, and can be deployed in a variety of healthcare settings. CCA's systems are deployed in over 500 sites. For more information about CCA, its products and services, visit http://www.ccainc.com.
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