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                                                 JOHN R. FESTA
                                                 PRESIDENT AND CEO
                                                 (678)  264-4400

                               Mon, June 09, 2003

ATLANTA,  -- CareCentric,  Inc. , a leading  provider of management  information
systems to the home health care  community,  announced  today their selection in
the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Georgia 100 list. The Georgia 100 consists of
publicly  traded  companies  headquartered  in the  state of  Georgia  ranked by
overall  business  performance  including stock market  assessment and executive
management  of resources.  CareCentric  was ranked 73 out of the top 100 Georgia

"We are extremely proud to be selected to the 'Georgia 100' list, stated John R.
Festa,  President and CEO of  CareCentric,  "and consider this to be a wonderful
acknowledgement  of company efforts made by each and every one of our associates
over the past year." Mr.  Festa  added,  "We have been,  and will  remain,  very
aggressive in making improvements necessary to drive revenue growth, improve our
customer focus, and continue the positive operating/financial trends."

CareCentric  was  ranked  among a  formidable  list of  Georgia-based  companies
including UPS, AFLAC, Home Depot, BellSouth,  Coca-Cola,  Equifax and Cox Radio.
The  criteria  for  selection  includes  financial  variables  such as return on
equity,  return on  investment,  change in revenue and profit  margin over prior
year,  as well as  general  revenue  from  operations.  Financial  numbers  were
compiled by  PricewaterhouseCoopers  LLP, an accounting and business  consulting
firm. The Georgia 100 list is celebrating  its 10th year of publication and is a
joint effort of both Pricewaterhouse and the Atlanta  Journal-Constitution.  The
results display a measure of overall  business  performance and an indication of
how well executives managed their corporate resources.

CareCentric provides  information  technology systems and services to over 2,000
customers.  CareCentric provides freestanding,  hospital-based and multi- office
home health care  providers  (including  skilled  nursing,  private  duty,  home
medical equipment and supplies,  IV pharmacy and hospice)  complete  information
solutions  that  enable  these home care  operations  to  generate  and  utilize
comprehensive and integrated  financial,  operational and clinical  information.
With offices nationwide, CareCentric is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Atlanta  Journal-Constitution  is considered  the largest  metro-daily  news
publication  in the Southeast and provides  national and global news coverage to
over 1 million readers daily. The Atlanta  Journal-Constitution  is owned by Cox
Newspapers, a division of Cox Enterprises, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Note regarding Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Statements made in this
press release which are not historical facts, including projections,  statements
of plans, objectives,  expectations, or future economic performance, are forward
looking  statements that involve risks and  uncertainties and are subject to the
safe harbor  created by the Private  Securities  Litigation  Reform Act of 1995.
CareCentric's future financial  performance could differ significantly from that
set forth herein,  and from the  expectations of management.  Important  factors
that could cause CareCentric's  financial  performance to differ materially from
past results and from those expressed in any forward looking statements include,
without  limitation,  the  inability  to obtain  additional  capital  resources,
variability in quarterly  operating  results,  customer  concentration,  product
performance and acceptance, long sales cycles, long and varying delivery cycles,
CareCentric's dependence on business partners, emerging technological standards,
risks   associated  with   acquisitions   and  the  risk  factors   detailed  in
CareCentric's  Registration  Statement on Form S-4 (File No. 333-96529) and from
time to time in  CareCentric's  periodic  reports filed with the  Securities and
Exchange Commission.  Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these
forward-looking statements, which speak only as of their dates.

                                 INVESTOR NOTICE

     CareCentric plans to file with the SEC a proxy statement and other relevant
documents concerning the merger.  Investors of CareCentric are urged to read the
proxy statement when it is filed and any other relevant documents filed with the
SEC because they will contain important information.  You will be able to obtain
the  documents  free  of  charge  at  the  website  maintained  by  the  SEC  at  In  addition,  you may  obtain  documents  filed  with  the SEC by
CareCentric  free of charge by  requesting  them in  writing  from Ana McGary at
CareCentric,  Inc., 2625 Cumberland Parkway,  Suite 310, Atlanta, GA 30339 or by
telephone at (678) 264-4400.

     CareCentric,  its  directors  and  executive  officers and certain of their
employees  and the  investor  group  described  previously  may be  deemed to be
participants in the solicitation of proxies from the stockholders of CareCentric
in connection  with the merger,  if  consummated.  These  participants  may have
interests in the merger,  if  consummated,  including  interests  resulting from
holding  options or shares of CareCentric  common stock.  Information  about the
interests of  directors  and  executive  officers of  CareCentric,  the investor
group, and their ownership of securities of CareCentric will be set forth in the
proxy statement.

     Investors  should  read  the  proxy  statement  carefully  when it  becomes
available before making any voting or investment decisions.