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Signalife Appoints Lee Ehrlichman as Company Director and Operations Director; Additional Notice Received From Amex Regarding Sharholders' Equity Deficiency
Date:5/15/2008

xecuting FDA strategy, including leading clinical trials and obtaining FDA 510(k) clearance in minimal time; leading the rollout of product into the marketplace with successful patient applications to physicians on a nationwide basis (AFib, post-CABG, Drug Titration, Syncope, and Pediatrics); overseeing product manufacturing functions; and negotiating with Medicare and other insurers (at medical director level) to write specific reimbursement policies for Cardiac Telecom's a new technology, which led to reimbursement and cash flow.

Prior to that position, Mr. Ehrlichman was Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Tartan, Inc., a defense industry-oriented embedded systems software tools company, from January 1990 to June 1995. While at Tartan, Mr. Ehrlichman reversed ten years of consecutive losses into profitability in his first year; grew company revenues from $1.5 million to $10 million while self funding diversification into new markets; created a highly effective management team which consistently met or exceeded company goals by recruiting several senior level executives in Sales, Marketing and Engineering (many of these executives are now successful CEOs of technology companies); diversified into embedded Digital Signal Processor markets (military and commercial), which resulted in revenue increases of more than 300% over the first three years; and developed profitable business relationships with top semiconductor manufacturers at senior levels.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Ehrlichman was also Vice President of Sales of Alsys, Inc. for five years, and held various progressive positions in sales, sales management, marketing and marketing management, including Marketing Manager of the Japanese Business Development Group, of Data General Corporation for seven years.

On January 7, 2008, Signalife received a deficiency letter from the American Stock Exchange ("AMEX") pursuant to which it advised that Signalife would need to comply with
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