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MMR Information Systems Offers First Bilingual Personal Health Record Through The Latino Coalition
Date:3/18/2009

nc. "This program continues to validate our strategy of marketing our products by private labeling through affinity groups and other membership organizations, such as the AFL-CIO, Qvisory, Best Benefits, XO Financial and others. The Latino Coalition is another example of how a PHR works as a member benefit to these types of organizations."

"Personal Health Records represent a very important member benefit to The Latino Coalition and the Latino community in general," said Allen Gutierrez, Executive Director of The Latino Coalition. "We believe MMR and its products will further assist us in our agenda of reduced costs in the delivery of healthcare, including the education of our members on important issues affecting their health and the health of their employees which ultimately can lead to saving lives."

The MyMedicalRecords PHR is able to accept health information from any doctor, hospital or healthcare professional, regardless of the system being used by the medical provider. Members each receive their own personal telephone number, which also serves as their User ID for the service. They or their doctors can fax their information into their password-protected account or the user can upload files from their computer. In addition, each MyMedicalRecords PHR account comes with a private voice mailbox so that doctors can leave confidential voice messages. There are also useful health management tools, such as an interactive drug database, which can be used to check for interactions between over 20,000 prescription and over-the-counter drugs, licensed to MMR by Cerner Corp. (Nasdaq: CERN), and calendaring features to remind users of prescription refills and doctor appointments.

The program is expected to roll out in May and will be featured on The Latino Coalition Web site. Hector V. Barreto, Chairman of The Latino Coali
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