ValueOptions® Achieve Solutions Web Site wins eHealthcare Leadership Award for 2nd Consecutive Year
Norfolk, Virginia — December 13, 2005
ValueOptions announced today that its Achieve Solutions Web site was honored with an eHealthcare Leadership Award at the Ninth Annual Healthcare Internet Conference held on November 7, 2005 in Las Vegas.
Achieve Solutions was awarded the Gold Award for Best Health/Healthcare Content for the second consecutive year. Sites receiving the 2005 eHealthcare Leadership Awards were selected from almost 1,200 entries and represented 16 industry classifications, from hospitals and health systems to pharmaceutical firms and online health companies. Judges assessed how sites compared with others in the Best Health/Healthcare Content category based on a multi-point standard of Internet excellence including: how extensive, balanced, well-organized and credible the information is, and whether or not the material can be tailored to individuals' needs.
"Achieve Solutions has been at the core of our behavioral health and EAP product offering for years. By logging on to our member-only Web site, individuals can find important benefits information and explore articles, quizzes, training courses, news stories and other resources," said Chuck Taylor, executive vice president of ValueOptions' Employer Solutions Division. "We are committed to maintaining the highest standards for this site and thank the eHealthcare Leadership Awards program once again for recognition of our hard work."
Achieve Solutions boasts more than nine million subscribers and features more than 5,000 articles on over 200 topics including: depression, stress, anxiety, substance abuse, relationships, grief, child/elder care, and work/life balance. The site includes news items, interactive quizzes, trainings, resources, provider self-searches and other tools. A Spanish version of the site is also available.
About the Awards
The eHealthcare Leadership Awards are presented by eHealthcare Strategy & Trends, the leading Internet publication and online resource, published by Health Care Communications, which is based in Rye, New York.