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MMR Information Systems, Inc. Taps Health Information Technology Veteran Gene Barduson
Date:3/11/2009

erm member of the company's senior management team," added Lorsch.

"MMRs unique design looks at medical information from the patient's point of view," said Barduson. "It provides a peripheral vision of the patient's history across the continuum of care. The time is right for personal health information which is easy for each of us to access, and I am excited about the value MMR can add to physicians, hospitals, payors and patients."

MMR Pro is a low-cost Electronic Medical Record ("EMR") designed to allow physicians to efficiently scan and digitize their paper records, upload them to a secure, Web-based portal and then be able to share records with patients through a separate patient portal called MMRPatientView. Patients would then have the opportunity to upgrade to a full-featured MyMedicalRecords PHR account. Because MMR expects to offer an administrative reimbursement to physicians who utilize its MMR Pro service, and patients have the opportunity to upgrade to a full-featured MyMedicalRecords PHR, MMR Pro is expected to be a revenue driver for the professional marketplace as well as creating an additional revenue stream for the company.

Barduson will be in attendance at the upcoming HIMSS09 Conference and Exhibition, April 5-8 in Chicago, when MMR will demonstrate its PHR products and launch its marketing strategies for MMR Pro.

Barduson began his healthcare technology career in 1989 as Executive Vice President with Shared Medical Systems in Chicago, now part of Siemens AG, then a billion dollar company providing clinical and financial software to hospitals. As President and CEO of EDiX Corporation in La Jolla, California from 1996 to 1999, he engineered a turnaround situation resulting in the company being purchased by IDX in 1999. Barduson remained with IDX until 2001, growing its annual revenue to more than $100 million.

In 2001, Barduson was elected Chairman and CEO of Ap
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