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Global Med Technologies(R), Inc. Partners With Biomedical Synergies to Offer Advanced Tissue Tracking Solutions for Hospitals and Surgery Centers
Date:11/4/2008

obal Med will actively promote TRACS4Life to the healthcare marketplace through its direct sales force. This mutually beneficial arrangement will greatly expand the coverage of BSI's current sales force, allow greater market penetration of TRACS4Life and serve the needs of both Global Med and Biomedical Synergies' customers and ultimately, and most importantly, help improve patient safety.

Paul Kozloski, President and CEO of Biomedical Synergies, Inc., commented, "This is an exceptional opportunity for Biomedical Synergies to partner with a premier blood banking software company. It offers hospitals the expertise of two naturally synergistic processes and the result directly affects patient outcomes in a highly beneficial manner. Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver, Colorado, Christiana Care Health System in 4 sites throughout Delaware, and Indiana Orthopaedic Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, are among our valued customers who have implemented TRACS4Life and have immediately realized regulatory compliance, reduced hospital liability and have received a return on their investment through more efficient inventory management. In addition, we are delighted to announce the successful evaluation of TRACS4Life at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) in San Antonio, TX and look forward to a long-standing relationship with them."

About Biomedical Synergies, Inc.

Biomedical Synergies, Inc. (BSI) is a healthcare consulting and software development firm headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, focused on the human tissue industry and founded by tissue and blood industry experts. Utilizing TRACS4Life, BSI's patent pending tissue and implant management software, BSI provides products and services to hospitals nationwide pertaining to the management of human tissue, associated surgical implants and manufactured tissue products in their facilities. The combination of BSI's service offerings and TRACS4Life software allow hospitals to navigate the pit
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