ConnectYourCare and CIBER Collaborate to Deliver Innovative Solutions to Help Consumers Manage Their Health Spend

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CIBER, Inc. (NYSE: CBR), a global information technology consulting and managed services company, today announced a collaboration with ConnectYourCare, a leading provider of Consumer-Directed Healthcare (CDH) account management solutions. This collaboration advances ConnectYourCare's services and solutions by leveraging the technology tools in CIBER's Consumer Activation Program (CAP).

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Rising healthcare costs, healthcare reform, and increased consumer accountability in managing their healthcare spend has driven the importance of CDH solutions and of providing consumers access to the tools they need in today's digital environment.  

As a leader in the CDH industry, ConnectYourCare is focused on providing account holders leading-edge technology solutions that deliver instant access to critical health account information. CIBER's CAP accelerates the adoption of technology as an enterprise standard for engagement with the necessary components: enterprise mobile solutions, digital marketing frameworks, CRM, business intelligence and analytic tools.  

"ConnectYourCare strives to provide the highest level of customer support paired with the best technology. In support of this goal, our latest focus on technology provides our customers new and innovative ways to interact with their accounts and increases the speed and automation of receiving important account information," says ConnectYourCare's Chief Marketing Officer Jamie Spriggs. "Incorporating CIBER's CAP experience supplements our arsenal of technology expertise and helps ensure we remain a technology leader."

CIBER's Consumer Activation technology and analytic tool suite supports the emerging healthcare consumer, according to Denise McKenna, CIBER senior director, Healthcare vertical. "The ability to perform micro-segmentation and deliver pinpoint messaging helps align a member with relevant products and services. CIBER's Consumer Activation Tool Suite supports members to manage their health and change behavior, leading to improved outcomes and better health cost management," she said. The end result is helping consumers manage their choices in health CARE and health SPEND.  

ConnectYourCare and CIBER will be at AHIP Institute 2011 June 15-17, San Francisco, CA.  Meet ConnectYourCare and learn more about CDH solutions at booth # 106.

About CIBER, Inc.

CIBER, Inc. is a global information technology consulting, services and outsourcing company applying practical innovation through services and solutions that deliver tangible results for both commercial and government clients. Services include application development and management, ERP implementation, change management, project management, systems integration, infrastructure management and end-user computing, as well as strategic business and technology consulting. Founded in 1974 and headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, CIBER has more than 8,500 employees and operates in 19 countries, serving clients in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific. Annual revenue in 2010 was $1.1 billion. CIBER trades on the New York Stock exchange (NYSE: CBR), and is included in the Russell 2000 Index and the S&P Small Cap 600 Index. For more information, visit www.ciber.com.

About ConnectYourCare

ConnectYourCare's consumer-directed healthcare (CDH) benefit delivery platform provides a pathway for migration to account-based health plans, supplying tools for consumers to better manage their healthcare dollars. ConnectYourCare's core strategy is based upon providing stewardship to its customers by helping them simplify complex health benefit concepts, motivate individuals to act, and execute a successful solution, resulting in long-term health benefit cost containment. Please visit www.ConnectYourCare.com for more information. 

SOURCE CIBER, Inc.

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