SOURCE: Cardiac Network Inc.

October 10, 2007 16:36 ET

Cardiac Network Inc. (OTC: CNWI.PK) Receives Blue Shield of California Approval to Bill for Its Cardiac Telemetry Services

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - October 10, 2007) - Cardiac Network Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CNWI) announced today that it has been issued a CMS (Blue Shield of California) Provider number for its State of the Art, Patient Monitoring Center in San Francisco and has received approval to bill for its monitoring services.

This approval enables Cardiac Network's patients to be reimbursed by Blue Shield of California.

Cardiac Network Inc. offers a new service that makes it easy and convenient for patients to check their symptoms at their earliest cause for concern from anywhere, at any time from onset of symptoms to treatment. Cardiac Network patients are provided a small, easy to use, FDA-Approved handheld EKG device. These devices are capable of recording a 1, 2, 3 channel EKG. The results can reach the referring physician in a few minutes via e-mail, fax, or telephone. Patients have immediate, 24-hour access to the Cardiac Network Call Center, which is staffed with EKG state certified technicians, supervised by well-renowned, board-certified cardiologists.

"This is another great moment for Cardiac Network Inc., and will enable us to expand our Cardiac Telemetry services to an additional 3.2 million members that are now covered by Blue Shield of California," stated Zev Helfer, President and CEO of Cardiac Network Inc.

About Blue Shield of California

Blue Shield of California, an independent member of the Blue Shield Association, is a not-for-profit health plan dedicated to providing Californians with access to high quality care at a reasonable price. Founded in 1939, it now has 3.2 million members, 4,500 employees, one of the largest provider networks and more than 20 office locations, providing a wide range of commercial and government products throughout the state. The company contributes $30 million annually to the Blue Shield of California Foundation to fund nonprofit organizations that improve access to quality health care in California.

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