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MedeFile Launches 'COP Initiative' to Provide Nation's Law Enforcement Agencies With Funding for Policing Technologies
Date:6/30/2008

CEDAR KNOLLS, N.J., June 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MedeFile International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MDFI), a company specializing in portable electronic medical records management solutions, today announced the launch of its new Community Outreach Program ("COP Initiative") created to impact the quality of healthcare on a community-wide basis, while giving local emergency medical first responders the information they require to help make life-saving treatment decisions. Moreover, through the COP Initiative, MedeFile hopes to play a meaningful role in aiding local law enforcement agencies nationwide offset critical budgetary shortfalls caused by Federal and State funding cuts.

Specifically, MedeFile is actively collaborating with local law enforcement agencies and community leaders to:

- Empower local community citizens with personal control, peace of mind and unprecedented convenience when managing their personal medical records through enrollment in the MedeFile-sponsored 'Community Outreach Program ("COP Initiative");

- Provide local law enforcement with a new source of funding for use in purchasing advanced police technologies, including digital in-car video recording systems, servers, advanced lethal and non-lethal self defense weapons, digital finger-printing machines, mobile digital terminals (MDTs), Kevlar bulletproof vests, patrol cars, K-9 units, etc.;

- Provide local first responders with potentially life-saving information for citizens requiring emergency health care, and are otherwise unable to communicate; and

- Promote enhanced convenience, access and standardization of medical records for area healthcare providers and practice administrators.

"MedeFile is very proud to launch the COP Initiative -- a truly innovative program created to reach an even broader audience of potential MedeFile members, while also providing the means to help local law enforcement purchase the policing technologies they requ
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