Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group announced that the company is looking to establish itself as the market leader in the Electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) Industry. This was stated by Connectyx CEO, Ronn Schuman during Nationwide Teleconference. Schuman went on to state that Connectyx has set a goal to reach 1.2 million members by the end of 2011 through continually expanding its distribution channels and targeting key acquisitions in the second half of 2009. He stated that MedFlash was planning to integrate with Google Health and Microsoft Health Vault software solutions through the Company’s upcoming release of its synchronization tool, MedSync(TM). To begin with the, the initial version of the MedSync software will be made available at no cost to MedFlash members by the end of the summer. Michael Robbins, Vice President of Software Development of Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group, Inc. explained that the base of their ePHR is the secure data base server where everything is stored, catelogued and retrieved. It included files uploaded by the members and that members typed in the portal. Furthermore, Dr. Carlson discussed how this is the ideal time for the Company to be introducing its products and services.
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