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Yes, QEKG does look like a winner. Here are some comments on 4Q results:

Michael W. Cox, president and CEO, said, "As fiscal 2000 marked a turning point in market acceptance of our disease management services, so fiscal 2001 marked the turn in our financials. We again produced quarterly sequential revenue growth and are now benefiting financially from the leverage inherent in our unique operating systems."

"We continue to see growth in fiscal 2002," he continued. "As we have emphasized for some time, revenues will double without adding any new business. We can now add that we expect profit too will grow, and once again, based solely upon business already booked. We fully expect, however, to sign and implement significant new business as the year unfolds and so regard that forecast as conservative."

-jllivermore
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