Emdeon Announces Upcoming Investor Conferences

NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Emdeon Inc. (NYSE: EM), a leading provider of healthcare revenue and payment cycle management solutions, today announced that it will make presentations to attendees at the following two upcoming investor conferences:

William Blair Growth Stock Conference

   Tuesday June 15, 2010; 8:30 a.m. Eastern

   Chicago, IL

   Presentation by:  George Lazenby, Chief Executive Officer

Goldman Sachs Annual Global Healthcare Conferenceh

   Wednesday June 16, 2010; 2:20 p.m. Eastern

   Los Angeles, CA

   Presentation by:  Tracy Bahl, Executive Chairman

A live audio webcast of each of the presentations and a copy of the slides accompanying the presentations will be available in the Investors section of Emdeon's website at www.emdeon.com. Please go to the website at least 15 minutes prior to the event to register, download and install any necessary audio/video software to access the presentations. For those unable to participate in the live webcast, a replay of the presentations and a copy of the presentation slides will be archived on the Investors section of Emdeon's website following the conference.

About Emdeon

Emdeon is a leading provider of revenue and payment cycle management solutions, connecting payers, providers and patients in the U.S. healthcare system. Emdeon's product and service offerings integrate and automate key business and administrative functions of its payer and provider customers throughout the patient encounter. Through the use of Emdeon's comprehensive suite of products and services, which are designed to easily integrate with existing technology infrastructures, customers are able to improve efficiency, reduce costs, increase cash flow and more efficiently manage the complex revenue and payment cycle process. For more information, visit www.emdeon.com.


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