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MEDIC COMPUTER SYSTEMS ACQUIRES EXECU-FLOW SYSTEMS BY MERGER

 RALEIGH, N.C., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Medic Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MCSY) announced today that it has acquired Execu-Flow Systems, Inc. by merger. Execu-Flow will remain a wholly owned subsidiary of Medic that will serve the combined companies' customers primarily in the mid-Atlantic region from Execu-Flow's current headquarters in Edison, N.J. Medic issued 750,000 shares of its Common Stock to the shareholders of Execu-Flow in the merger. Both companies' practice management products will continue to be marketed and supported in each company's geographic area.
 John McConnell, President and CEO of Medic, outlined details of the merger: "This merger will allow the combined organization to become more efficient and take advantage of the technology that both Research and Development groups have developed. Execu-Flow is a significant physician practice management vendor in the mid-Atlantic region. This business combination should benefit our customers and allow our company to expand in this important geographic area."
 President of Execu-Flow Systems, Michael Custode, added: "Execu- Flow is extremely excited to become a part of Medic. The combined organizations will continue to provide our entire client base with excellent products and services and continue to be an industry leader in our market. We look forward to being the dominant practice management company in the healthcare industry."
 Founded in 1982, Medic develops, markets, and supports physician practice management systems. Medic's core product, the +Medic System, is a comprehensive set of application software modules that automate various medical practice functions such as patient scheduling and billing, correspondence, insurance processing, electronic claims processing and financial and management reporting. The company also sells hardware, peripherals, training and installation assistance, forms and supplies, software and hardware maintenance and an electronic clearinghouse service for processing insurance claims entitled "FastClaim." In 1972, Medic introduced "AutoChart," its revolutionary software product that fully automates and standardizes medical records for medical practices.
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 /CONTACT: John McConnell or Judy Mann, Medic Computer Systems, Inc., 919-847-8102/
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CO: Medic Computer Systems, Inc.; Execu-Flow Systems, Inc. ST: North Carolina, New Jersey IN: CPR SU: TNM

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