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MedCom USA Signs Southwood Medical Marketing to Distribute MedCom System
Date:2/26/2008

unique distinction of being able to offer a full complement of payment options on-line for the Physician/Dental offices and Hospitals.

The company has also had to recruit a sales force more adept in selling online services. With the offering of the largest real time patient eligibility, easy pay and online check guarantee services on a user-friendly Web Portal, we are looking for 2008 to be a year of growth without having to increase our infrastructure.

MedCom owns approximately 40% of the issued shares of Card Activation Technologies Card Activation Technology (OTC Bulletin Board: CDVT), owners of a patented point-of-sale technology for the activation and processing of transactions related to debit styled cards, which include gift cards, phone cards and other stored value cards. MedCom spun out Card Activation Technologies in 2006 into a separate trading company due to the huge potential for licensing of the company's technology in the prepaid card market. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia estimated prepaid card market to be valued in excess of $181.7 billion in transactions in 2006. For further information about Card Activation Technologies go to http://www.cardactivation.com

About MedCom USA, Inc. -- MedCom USA, Inc. (EMED) provides innovative solutions for electronically processing HIPAA compliant transactions within the healthcare industry. MedCom USA provides a Web Portal for medical and dental professionals as well as healthcare institutions. MedCom USA offers its clientele the ability to facilitate the following transactions: Real-time Patient Eligibility, Patient Easy Pay, Merchant Processing, Electronic Check Guarantee Service. http://www.medcomusa.com

About Southwood Medical Marketing. -- Incorporated in 1989 to focus on supplying prepackaged prescriptions to dispensing physicians. Building from a local client b
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