Company Launches its MedSync(TM) Software During National Press Event at the National Press Club
WASHINGTON, May 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: CTYX) CEO Ronn Schuman announced that the Company supports President Obama's plan to invest in health information technology which will reduce health care costs by $2,500 for a typical family. Mr. Schuman held a national press event yesterday, May 13th at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. where he announced the launch of its MedSync(TM) software to its MedFlash members. MedSync(TM) is a new free software tool to be deployed by Connectyx to help its members easily manage their personal health records and communicate with other health related resources. Connectyx's strategy falls in line with President Obama's plan to make the necessary investments to ensure within five years that all of America's medical records are computerized.
MedSync(TM) will operate on all personal computers and increase the ability of MedFlash members to store, retrieve, protect and communicate their personal medical information. MedSync's interoperability feature will increase the power of the current MedFlash product, eventually enabling its members to exchange information and documents with multiple resources data banks over the Internet.
"Our MedSync software will help MedFlash members reduce their health care costs in the long run by being able to have more control over their personal health records through digitalization. MedSync is the solution to traditional methods of paper files and folders to organize our health records," stated Mr. Schuman, CEO of Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc.
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