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eHealth Global Cements Partnership

July 19, 2007
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Portable Information Management Systems Inc. (PIMS, Ventura, Calif.), makers of the MedicKey digital information chip, have agreed to provide eHealth Global Technologies Inc's eRetriever service to customers who purchase a MedicKey.

The eRetriever service assists MedicKey customers with the retrieval of medical records, while also populating personal data on their MedicKey device, including scanned-in documents and medical images, says the company.

Under the terms of the agreement, eHealth Global, a provider of patient medical records management services will also promote MedicKey with its clinical institution customers.



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