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PWeR(TM) Presenting at HIMSS Conference in Chicago
Date:4/6/2009

WELLINGTON, Fla., April 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Quantum Group, Inc. (NYSE Amex: QGP) (www.QuantumMD.com), a Healthcare Services Organization (HSO), announced today that PWeR(TM) (Personal Wellness electronic Record), the Quantum healthcare information platform and IBM hosted solution, is presenting in the IBM Booth at the 2009 HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) Conference. The HIMSS09 conference is being held April 4 - April 8th at McCormick Place in Chicago.

PWeR is being introduced to conference attendees as a solution for interconnectivity for the highly fragmented healthcare industry and as a key component of Pc3 (Patient Centered Collaborative Care), IBM's Medical Home solution. The patient-centric system is a service-oriented model that meets the needs of payers (HMO/MSO/large employers), physicians, governmental health agencies and facilities (hospitals, nursing homes, long term care, etc.) as PWeR provides accessibility to comprehensive patient information that is vital to the efficiency and effectiveness of each entity.

Pete Martinez, Quantum Senior Vice President and Chief Technology & Innovations Officer, led the development of PWeR and is present at the HIMSS conference to introduce the platform to attendees. Martinez commented, "The timing to present PWeR at the world-renowned HIMSS conference is perfect. As our Country's leadership has placed mandates for the technological transformation of the healthcare industry and has dedicated $19 billion of the federal stimulus monies to do so, we believe PWeR is one of the natural solutions that will meet industry-wide acceptance. The HIMSS conference brings the best and brightest minds from the industry together to collaborate on the future of healthcare. We are enga
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