SOURCE: Aperture Health, Inc.

November 26, 2008 13:18 ET

Aperture Health Appoints Ambassador Kevin E. Moley to Board of Directors

MISSION VIEJO, CA--(Marketwire - November 26, 2008) - Aperture Health, Inc. (OTCBB: APRE) announced today that Ambassador Kevin Moley, a former Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in President George H.W. Bush's administration, has joined the Board of Directors of Aperture Health. Ambassador Moley also served as Assistant Secretary for Management and Budget of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. During the Reagan Administration, Ambassador Moley was the Chief Federal Regulator of the HMO industry and also was the Associate Administrator of Operations for Medicaid and Medicare. Most recently Ambassador Moley served as United States Ambassador to the U.N. in Geneva from September 2001 until May of 2006.

In addition to his government service, Ambassador Moley currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Project Concern International, a non-governmental organization providing basic health care and community services in fifteen African, Latin American and Asian countries. Ambassador Moley also serves on the Board of Cephalon, Inc., an S&P 500 international biopharmaceutical company. Ambassador Moley has previously served on the Board of Per Se Technologies, now part of McKesson, as President and CEO of Integrated Medical Systems, now part of Web MD, and as Senior Vice President of PCS Health Systems, a pharmacy benefits manager now part of CVS Caremark.

According to Ambassador Moley, "Aperture Health offers a way out of our economic health care dilemma. For the first time there is an opportunity to provide incentives to consumers of health care that can reduce overall health care costs."

"Ambassador Moley joins us at a unique time for Aperture Health -- as we advance our mission to redefine consumer directed health care to make health insurance accessible to everyone while creating a paradigm shift in the American Healthcare system," said Thomas Banks, founder and CEO of Aperture Health, Inc. "His unique combination of health care expertise in government and private sector will prove invaluable as we advance Aperture's wellness360 and 'Insure the People' initiatives," added Banks.

"Aperture Health offers a win, win to consumers, insurers, and our economy. Consumers get cash rewards for participating in wellness activities and insurers reduce costs by having healthier members," said Ambassador Moley. "Aperture Health provides products and services that uniquely among health care companies offer consumers the opportunity to earn cash rewards while improving their health," added Ambassador Moley.

"I consider our Board of Directors fundamental to achieving Aperture's mission," said Banks. "Health care is a very involved arena and each of our directors is uniquely skilled and experienced to assist in navigating its complexities and challenges," added Banks.

About Aperture Health, Inc.

Aperture Health, Inc. is a national provider of on-line health and wellness services provided free of charge through wellness360.com. Services include personal health record, on-demand emergency medical record, diet and fitness resources, comprehensive health risk assessment, customizable wellness journaling calendar and the latest medical/health information. Aperture Health, Inc.'s corporate offices are in Mission Viejo, CA. Aperture Health generates revenues from advertisers by providing highly granular health and wellness targeting. Individual information is never divulged to advertisers or any third parties and they back their promise with a $1 million Privacy Guarantee.

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