MedeFile Triggers International Marketing Initiative With Russian Translation of www.medefile.com

Translations in French, German and Spanish Soon to Follow

BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 24 , 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MedeFile International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MDFI), a provider of portable patient-centric electronic medical record management solutions, today announced that its web site, found at www.medefile.com, is now available in Russian, with translations in French, German and Spanish expected to be accessible within the next quarter.  

"MedeFile's long term growth strategy has always provided for empowering patients worldwide with the ability to take full control of their medical records," stated Kevin Hauser, Chief Executive Officer of MedeFile. "For this vision to be realized, it is essential that our web site cater to the needs of individuals on a global basis. According to Internet World Stats, of the more than 6.8 billion Internet users by language, less than 20% are English. Moreover, the stats reveal that Russian is among the fastest growing languages used on the web, second only to Arabic."

Continuing, Hauser noted, "Through the translation of our web site into multiple languages, we are able to effectively roll out our global marketing strategy, extending our reach to prospective new MedeFile subscribers well beyond current domestic boundaries.  We're very excited by our progress on this important strategic initiative and expect that it will result in enhancing the value and global presence of the MedeFile brand, while measurably contributing to our Company's future growth as we persist in our efforts to penetrate the international market place."

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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SOURCE MedeFile International, Inc.

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