i3ARCHIVE Inc.'s National Digital Medical Archive and myNDMA patient programme receive unique recognition in IBM 2005 Annual Report

Berwyn 25 April 2006i3ARCHIVE Inc. has received unique recognition in IBM's 2005 Annual Report, the company's most important and widely distributed document produced during the year and delivered to millions of shareholders worldwide. IBM, a global expert in information technology, has recently collaborated with i3ARCHIVE to deliver the National Digital Medical Archive (NDMA), its first-class enterprise solutions to the IT and health care industries, as well as directly to consumers, for the management of digital medical images, disaster recovery and business continuity. Under the title, "Healthcare delivery that matters", IBM highlights the company as providing services that "can unlock the secret to finding a cure".


i3ARCHIVE President and CEO Derek Danois stated: "We are honoured to be recognized by IBM as standing-out amongst our peers, and look forward to working with IBM's Healthcare and Life Sciences team to build out the national infrastructure for electronic medical records management. Our consumer model of the NDMA, myNDMA, provides the tools needed by patients to manage their personal health record."

Derek Danois further commented: "We are delighted to have been featured in IBM's 2005 Annual Report and appreciate the recognition that the NDMA, which stores and manages digital medical images in a centralized, accessible database, is changing the way Americans manage their personal health care information."

Through its continued diversified service offerings, IBM and i3ARCHIVE are changing the landscape of how medical imaging and data is stored and managed in the health care industry.

i3ARCHIVE Inc.'s diverse product offerings provide a complete solution for the storage and retrieval of digital medical images and records, enabling health care providers and their patients, together, to increase the quality of health care delivery. The company's flagship products, NDMA and myNDMA, are made available through Grid computing and a shared archive, building upon existing digital technology to provide physicians and researchers access to a lifetime archive of digital images and related medical record data gathered from patients nationwide. More company news is available in the VMW March 2006 article i3ARCHIVE and IBM ink joint marketing agreement for health care disaster recovery solutions.

Leslie Versweyveld

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