March 4, 1999
New 32-bit HealthCalc
2000 Introduced with Great Success
The biggest upgrade in the history of the HealthCalc integrated
system of health/fitness assessment and member management software
was introduced in January. The 15 month development project resulted
in over 30 new feature enhancements in addition to the total rewrite
in Microsoft's 32-bit Visual Suite of development tools (built around
Visual Fox Pro database.)
by 20 Additional Worksites Including Aetna, Dow Chemical, IRS, Novell,
Federated Insurance, Inprise, Zeneca, Vanguard Group, and 8 Federal
Aetna Life Insurance installed the HealthCalc 2000 system on a wide
area network servicing their 2 fitness centers in Hartford, CT.
Dow Chemical installed the software at 3 (2 in Midland installed
on a wide area network) of their sites in the US and Canada. The
Dow sites are managed by Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Systems.
The federal government has selected the HealthCalc 2000 system for
10 sites managed by Federal Occupational Health. The IRS has 2 sites
which will be a part of this project. There are 20 additional federal
sites that are scheduled to be added later in 1999.
Novell installed HealthCalc 2000 at its site in San Jose, CA. The
Novell site is managed by Bay Sport, which also manages InnovaTech
customers, Quantum and Applied Materials.
The Vanguard Group added a second site with MemberTrack member management
software. This site is managed by L & T Health and Fitness.
Modules Chosen by UMASS Medical Center, Lincoln Medical Center,
Clay County Hospital, and University Medical Center
RiskCalc, the health risk assessment component of HealthCalc, was
by 4 hospitals in the Lincoln Medical Center system in Brooklyn,
NY. Clay County Hospital installed all three assessment modules,
FitCalc, RiskCalc, and HeartCalc. UMASS Medical Center in Worcester,
MA implemented the FitCalc fitness assessment system.
University Medical Center in Tucson, AZ is adding FitCalc to their
current system, which includes MemberTrack and RiskCalc.
New Corporate Logo
InnovaTech Software introduced a new corporate identity package
including a new logo concurrent with the introduction of the release
of its HealthCalc 2000 system. "We wanted to create a symbol that
graphically represented the partnership we form with our customers
and commitment we maintain to be product innovators," explained
InnovaTech President Michael Dehn. "We were introducing an exciting
state of the art system and we felt the time was right to enhance
our marketing materials as well."