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Diabetes Research Institute Foundation’s (DRIF) CEO Joins Healthcare Holdings Group, Inc. Board of Directors
Date:12/3/2012

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) December 03, 2012

Healthcare Holdings Group, Inc. (HCH) is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Robert A. Pearlman, current CEO of the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF), to its Board of Directors.

Mr. Pearlman has long been aware of the company’s Personal Health Records (PHR) product--AccessMyRecords.com—and with their recent growth into the Electronic Health Records (EHR) market, Mr. Pearlman welcomed the opportunity to become an active Board member.

HCH’s Chairman and CEO, Mr. Lenny Tambasco, said “We are honored to have the insight and experience Mr. Pearlman brings to our entire team and corporate culture.” “I’m excited about their technological achievements and believe in the company’s commitment.” said Mr. Pearlman. “Their EHR suite of products can ultimately benefit many people who suffer chronic conditions, provide support to their families, and the physicians that treat them.” He went on to say “the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation’s cornerstone belief is that tomorrow is not soon enough to cure those living with diabetes….this company and their products answer the call to bring tomorrow’s medical technology into the hands of the people today.”

About Mr. Robert A. Pearlman
Mr. Pearlman became a Board Member of Healthcare Holdings Group, Inc. in 2012 and continues to serve as CEO of the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation. He joined DRIF in 1993 as Executive Vice President, and served in this role until 2003, when he was elected to his current position by the national board of directors. During his tenure, the organization has enjoyed exponential growth and revenues have increased more than twenty-fold. Working within the fundraising arena for more than 35 years, Mr. Pearlman is well-known and highly respected in business and philanthropic communities worldwide. He has served in high-level positions for various organizations in the U.S. and abr
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