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News Briefs: e-MedSoft.com opens wireless portal

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e-MedSoft.com opens wireless portale-MedSoft.com, a provider of Internet-based software products designed to improve workflow efficiencies in the healthcare environment, has integrated wireless technology into its entire product line. This newly

e-MedSoft.com opens wireless portal

e-MedSoft.com, a provider of Internet-based software products designed to improve workflow efficiencies in the healthcare environment, has integrated wireless technology into its entire product line. This newly developed wireless technology is embedded in e-MedSoft.com’s core server technology, which allows the wireless user to access all of e-MedSoft’s products from any handheld or wireless device. Jacksonville, FL-based e-MedSoft has also developed privacy templates based on its own proprietary security technology and has acquired a 30-year license on more than 11 patents for CypherLXS security technology, developed by CypherSoft. e-MedSoft will issue approximately 1.5 million shares of common stock to CypherSoft as well as joint development advances of $750,000 for a 15% equity stake in Cyphersoft and its affiliates and a seat on the board.

In related developments, e-MedSoft executed a $23 million merger agreement with Camarillo, CA-based VirTx, a provider of collaborative medical networks that use Web-enabled, multimedia clinical applications such as live-interactive videoconferencing hosted via ASP technology. VirTx will become e-MedSoft’s new Multi-Media Division.

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