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Healthnostics' Medbioworld.com Portal Web Site to Include Social Networking Features
Date:10/7/2009

NEW YORK, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Healthnostics, Inc. (OTC PK: HNSS), a medical and biotechnology analytics company, announced today details regarding the social networking features of their MedBioWorld Web Portal under re-design. Using the Facebook(C) model that gives individuals greater power to share and connect, MedBioWorld will build an interactive layer that allows users to comment and establish a presence to share and access biomedical information.

MedBioWorld is expanding its rich biomedical content already available to its professional customer base to include a more general audience. Providing this new audience with the means to interact with professional level content should lead to an increased rate of user return and the viral spread of site awareness. The user experience will be further enhanced by providing biomedical-based widgets and other mini-applications that will attract larger audiences and deliver user profiles related to site usage for increased content targeting and topic specific development.

"Integrating the user in an active, participatory way is critical to user growth for the MedBioWorld site," said Alan Grofe, president. "A social networking approach to user involvement will help us focus our newly expanded user base on biomedical information that is not only trusted and relevant, but is also entertaining."

About Healthnostics

Healthnostics, Inc. is a medical and biotechnology analytics company that provides comprehensive patient clinical monitoring and risk management systems to acute care hospitals and utilizes its Internet portals to deliver medical and biotechnology resource information to industry professionals as well as to the general public. Healthnostics' major products include: MedGuardian, a patient care monitoring and risk management system for hospitals that is fully Web-based; and through the MedBioWeb subsidiary, MedBioWorld(TM), one of the largest profession
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