LifeNexus to Exhibit at Annual HIMSS Conference

February 20 to 24 at Venetian Sands Expo Center

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- LifeNexus, Inc., the developer of the iChipTM and Personal Health Card®, today announced that it will be exhibiting at the 2012 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition, Feb. 20-24, 2012 at the Venetian Sands Expo Center. Over thirty thousand healthcare industry professionals and more than 1,100 exhibitors are expected to attend and discuss cutting-edge technology and innovative healthcare solutions designed to improve patient care.

To learn more about LifeNexus, visit us at booth #8713 during the HIMSS conference, or visit the LifeNexus website at www.lifenexus.com. For more information on the conference, visit the HIMSS12 website at www.himssconference.org.

About LifeNexus, Inc.

LifeNexus introduces a new era in portable health records with the Personal Health Card®. This technology was designed specifically for maintaining an individual’s Personal Health Record (PHR) on a card in their wallet. The patented iChip™, “Individually Controlled Health Information Platform™,” utilizes mobile server technology to securely store critical information including prescriptions, medical history, allergies, insurance data, emergency contacts, physician notes, as well as other key information. Individuals authorize access to critical information at the time and point of need. With sensitive information securely encrypted, password protected and “Off-the-Web” the consumer is in absolute control with the iChip. Now individuals can manage their personal health information and at their choice, the iChip can be applied to payment cards, conveniently making general day-to-day purchases on the same card. For more about LifeNexus visit www.personalhealthcard.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.



CONTACT:

LifeNexus
Marc Longpre, 415-318-4267
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  California  Nevada

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Hardware  Networks  Software  Health  Hospitals  Managed Care

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