Healthscreen Solutions Inc.

Healthscreen Solutions Inc.

January 23, 2008 08:00 ET

Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario Completes Review of Healthscreen's CallerMD Security Measures

Concludes "strong safeguards in place"

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 23, 2008) - Healthscreen Solutions Inc. (TSX VENTURE:MDU) ("Healthscreen" or the "Company"), a premier supplier of electronic medical record (EMR) software and practice enhancing services, announced that the Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario ("IPC") has reviewed Healthscreen's CallerMD security practices as part of an informal investigation.

According to the IPC's summary: "The IPC reviewed Healthscreen's security measures, and was satisfied that they had strong safeguards in place to protect the personal health information it has in its possession...Therefore the matter was resolved on an informal basis, and the file was closed."

"Healthscreen has always taken the protection of private information very seriously," said Justin Belobaba, President and CEO of Healthscreen. "We look forward to continuing to ensure that we maintain best practices in privacy and transparency in the practice enhancing services we offer to doctors across Canada."

A copy of the complete resolution summary (HC07-54) is posted on the IPC's website at

About Healthscreen Solutions Inc.

Healthscreen Solutions ( offers a comprehensive suite of practice enhancing products and services designed to increase physician productivity and revenue, while reducing costs and improving patient care. The Company's robust OHIP billing and patient scheduling software is used by over 4,000 full-time physicians and handles more than $1.5 billion in healthcare transactions a year.

Healthscreen's Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software supports digitalization and network connectivity for community specialists and family physicians plus a growing list of research groups. The Company's broader goal of Continuous Practice Enhancement is being further realized with a growing list of services such as CallerMD, which assists doctors in managing a range of uninsured medical services and PrevCareMD which helps doctors earn supplemental income by achieving government-set preventive care targets.


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