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EHSI to Produce Auto-Med iPhone App

June 1, 2010
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Houston-based Emerging Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (EHSI) announced today that the company is developing an iPhone app aimed to reduce medication errors for senior citizens. EHSI’s new “Auto-Med” application is being designed to automatically call users every day to remind them at the precise time of exactly what medication and dosage they are to take based upon their doctor’s recommendation.

The company expects to complete this application for delivery within the next 60 days and to offer it on a subscription basis for $10.00 per month (to cover the costs of phone lines, etc.). The Company’s goal is to enroll 1,000,000 subscribers within the first year.

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