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Date:6/16/2008

ety; elimination of costly duplicate medical procedures and clinical tests; and detection and/or avoidance of dangerous drug interactions that could otherwise lead to more costly interventions and serious health complications. The MedeFile solution is a proprietary, patent pending solution for gathering and digitizing medical records so that individuals can maintain a comprehensive compilation and historical record of the medical attention they receive from physicians, dental professionals and other care specialists. MedeFile's flagship product is the MedeFile system, a highly secure system designed to gather all of its members' actual medical records and create a single, comprehensive medical record that is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week from any desktop or laptop computer or hand-held web-enabled computing device. MedeFile enjoys a number of direct, competitive advantages over others in the medical records marketplace:

-- MedeFile is the only company that has developed products and services

geared to the patient, while containing the depth and breadth of

information required by treating physicians and medical personnel.

-- MedeFile does all the work of collecting and updating medical

information on an ongoing basis; its dependence on the patient taking

action is minimal - particularly when compared to patient action

required to support competing solutions.

-- MedeFile provides a complete medical record. Other companies claim

complete longitudinal records, but in reality only provide histories

(usually completed by the member/patient), and are by no means complete

or necessarily accurate records.

-- MedeFile is the only company providing a coherent mix of services and

products that are intended to affect the quality of healthcare by

enabling the patient to manage and access the information normally

retained by doctors and
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