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Dossier Adds Partners and Offers Platform as SaaS Package

May 24, 2010
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Personal health platform provider Dossia has announced that earlier this month Mayo Clinic’s EmbodyHealth joined a variety of other personal health application providers that are now available to members of the Dossia network through the Dossia Personal Health Platform, including Allviant, MediKeeper, MphRx, RAZCODE, Ringful Health, and Vitality- maker of GlowCaps.

“Since making the Dossia open Applications Programming Interface (API) publicly available in June of last year, we have received a great amount of interest from health and wellness solution companies who want to integrate their products with the Dossia Personal Health Platform,” says Steve Munini, Dossia COO. “We are very pleased to be able to continuously increase the value of the Dossia Personal Health Platform to individuals by adding new personal health applications that help individuals manage their healthcare and achieve their health goals.”

Dossia also announced today that the organization will now be offering its personal health platform to companies outside the original Founder community as a software-as-a-service package. The company is also currently in the process of developing a package for small to medium sized businesses, which Dossia hopes to be able to start offering later this year.
In the first quarter of 2010, Dossia announced that nearly half of the company’s founders, including Walmart, Intel, Pitney Bowes and Vanguard Health Systems, had offered the Dossia Personal Health Record to their employees. Dossia expects the remaining founding members to begin to offer Dossia to their employees before the end of this year.

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