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The Quantum Group Announces Resource Reallocation to Advance PWeR(TM) Platform
Date:3/25/2009

WELLINGTON, Fla., March 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Quantum Group, Inc. (NYSE Amex: QGP) (www.QuantumMD.com) announced it has implemented a reallocation of people and resources from other Company operations to advance the PWeR(TM) (pronounced POWER) platform. As Quantum continues to set the foundation for the explosive growth potential the Company expects for the PWeR platform, it has shifted its structure to allow for this growth.

PWeR (Personal Wellness electronic Record) is the healthcare information technology platform developed and deployed by the Company. PWeR meets and exceeds the guidelines set forth from Washington to implement electronic health records, and the platform is currently being utilized by more than 75 providers since the Fall of 2008.

The most significant aspect of the reallocation was a tactical move to create a very experienced and well-trained PWeR sales team with established provider relationships. There have been early indications of eager acceptance of PWeR from the industry. To achieve this objective, several Provider Specialists from Quantum subsidiary company Renaissance Health Systems have been transitioned to PWeR Team Specialists.

"The implementation of technology to address the lack of interconnectivity and communication in the healthcare industry has been a principle mission of our Company since inception. PWeR is patient-centric and combines all of the features and applications needed by payers, healthcare providers and hospitals into one dynamic system," said Noel J. Guillama President of The Quantum Group. He further commented, "PWeR is an IBM hosted solution that is web-based and designed to address the privacy, security and scalability necessary for national and global deployment. PWeR is low cos
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