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Obamas Medical Record Initiative Brought to Digital Life!

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Obama’s Medical Record Initiative Brought to Digital Life!

“EDG” The First Credit Card-Sized Video Player

EDG is a Medical Health Records tool that enables you to digitally access your medical records via a controllable and measurable platform!

Dallas, TX December 9, 2008. EDG (pronounced edge) is the digital video card designed to comply with President-Elect Obama’s technology initiative for digital medical records. The card provides the medical industry with a cost effective method to build and maintain an interactive relationship with patients, physicians, pharmacists, and other health care professionals.
Beyond its code-compliant design EDG is an affordable interactive information delivery tool that can be used as: a digital patient medical record and treatment starter kit, a patient portal to view brand and program updates, an in-store patient education platform for any HCP, a trade show giveaway. The end user views the content on a high-resolution LCD color screen with sound. About the size of a thick credit card, EDG makes it easy (no computer needed) for pharmaceutical companies to showcase their custom medical and health audio/video or slide show materials.

Click link below to demo: (Turn up your volume.)
http://www.jumplab.com/showroom-edg-demo-pharma.php

The benefits of this unique delivery system:
• Medical industry code compliant • Content is managed/updated via the Internet
• Low fair market value • Usage can be tracked and measured
• No end user costs • Multiple branding options are available
• Easy to convert existing content to load on EDG • Value priced
• Reasonable lead-time to launch • Single function educational delivery design

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Features/Options:
The EDG card is simple-to-use (no manual needed). It’s credit card sized frame enables the medical industry to download new data directly from a PC and viewing audio/video or automated slide shows on a 2″ to 2.8″ high resolution color screen. Jump Lab offers EDG, a fixed content device, and EDG Lightning, which comes with a content change loading service. Essentially, this is a web-based, software-driven portal that enables medical health records to be continuously updated with the content on the card and track end user downloads, driving an ongoing business-building relationship with physicians and patients.

For viewing an EDG card demo or to receive a free information kit, email: edginfo@jumplab.com or go to, www.jumplab.com/edg. To secure purchasing information and a sample card, call Jump Lab at 866-987-7770 or 214-760-9717.

Contact:
Jeannie McLaughlin
Jump Lab
Jeannie@jumplab.com
972-983-4258
www.jumplab.com/edg

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