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TROY SecureRx Revolutionizes Prescription Printing
Date:12/2/2008

COSTA MESA, Calif., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- TROY Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets: TROY), a worldwide leader in secure on-demand printing solutions, announces the first digital printer for printing the federally mandated security features onto plain laser bond paper. The TROY SecureRx printer allows healthcare providers to significantly reduce the cost of printing prescriptions while complying with the security regulations established by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

The fully configured TROY 3005 SecureRx printer uses the HP LaserJet P3005 printer as its foundation and provides customers 35 pages per minute print speed. Ideal for printing prescriptions and patient discharge documents, the TROY SecureRx printer can be used to print any other documents in hospitals, ambulatory facilities, and clinical environments. Healthcare providers can choose from a fully configured TROY SecureRx printer or purchase a TROY SecureRx firmware module to upgrade existing HP P3005 LaserJet printers.

This printer was developed to help hospitals comply with the new regulations that went into effect on October 1, 2008 requiring prescriptions be issued with copy-evident, erasure-evident and anti-counterfeit security features, to be eligible for CMS reimbursement. The TROY SecureRx printing solution includes HP-authorized security enhancements from TROY providing on-demand printable features that meet and exceed all three of the security features required by CMS.

TROY security enhancements include the new TROY copy prevention pantograph technology, patents pending, as well as TROY customizable micro-print font which helps to address the need for copy-evident features. TROYmark(TM), variable print watermark, is an industry recognized feature that provides the erasure-evident feature. A warning indicator, which is built into each prescription, provides the anti-counterfeit security features required
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