MedeFile Introduces Emergency Response App for iPhone and iPad

BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- MedeFile International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MDFI), a leader in portable electronic medical records management, announced today the introduction of its Emergency Response Apple iPhone and iPad application, available exclusively at the Apple App Store.

Offered free to all MedeFile members, the application includes an unprecedented emergency response feature that immediately alerts MedeFile who then notifies local EMTs of an emergency involving the MedeFile customer, at the touch-of-a-button.  The application operates using Apple's Geo-Positioning feature to instantly notify MedeFile and in turn, local EMTs of the customer's location while simultaneously communicating vital medical information to caregivers in the field.

The custom-designed application allows iPhone and iPad users the ability to instantly access and implement changes to their self-populated information stored on MedeFile's servers directly from their iPhone or iPad.

"The launch of the MedeFile Emergency Response App is very exciting," Kevin Hauser, CEO of MedeFile said.  "This invaluable service, in an emergency situation, 1) locates the member using Apple's Geo-Positioning system, 2) calls for dispatch of emergency personnel and 3) may provide the member's critical emergency information to the first responders ideally before they even arrive at the scene.  MedeFile collects, digitizes and stores a member's medical records but more than that we are putting life-saving control in our clients' hands.  The addition of this App creates even more added value for each MedeFile member."

Apple has sold over 70 million iPhones and 7.5 million iPads since their introduction, and is now the 4th largest mobile phone vendor in the world.

About MedeFile International, Inc.

Headquartered in South Florida, MedeFile has a proprietary system for gathering and digitizing medical records so that individuals can have a comprehensive record of all of their medical visits.  MedeFile's primary product is the MedeFile system, a highly secure system for gathering and maintaining medical records. The MedeFile system is designed to gather all of its members' actual medical records and create a single, comprehensive medical record that is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information about MedeFile and its annual subscription-based programs, please visit www.medefile.com.

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