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MyMedicalRecords, Inc. and Favrille, Inc. Close Merger
Date:1/28/2009

an Smith, stated, "The MyMedicalRecords Personal Health Record system is designed to appeal to both individuals and their physician practitioners. It addresses the growing interest in organizing consumer health information and recent and anticipated federal legislative mandates. We believe in the strength of their business plan and look forward to lending our financial experience and expertise to the Company's management and Board."

About MyMedicalRecords, Inc.

MyMedicalRecords ("MMR") provides secure and easy-to-use Web-based storage solutions, serving consumers, healthcare professionals, employers, insurance companies, unions and professional organizations. Seeking to empower consumers to have greater control over their health and well-being, the Company facilitates access to medical records and other important documents, such as living wills, birth certificates, passports, advance directives and insurance policies, anytime from anywhere using the Internet. The Company's principal product, the MyMedicalRecords PHR service, accessed through www.mymedicalrecords.com, is built on proprietary patent-pending technology that enables users to transmit documents, images and voicemail messages in and out of the MyMedicalRecords PHR system using a variety of methods, including fax, e-mail, phone, and file upload without relying on any specific electronic medical record platform to populate a user's account. Users and medical providers can fax paper records (such as laboratory tests, radiology reports and physician's notes), or scanned images can be uploaded, into a secured personal account, which the user can access and organize as necessary, including filing particularly sensitive documents in virtual lockboxes protected by secondary passwords, and designating certain records as accessible to medical personnel and first responders by way of a separate Emergency Login. T
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