SOURCE: Vemics, Inc

June 12, 2006 06:30 ET

Vemics LiveAccess™ Total Solution Opens Doors to the Future of Continuing Medical Education

Vemics and EP Global Communications to Produce and Deliver National Online Medical Forum

RIVER EDGE, NJ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 12, 2006 -- Vemics, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VMCI), a leading provider of hosted, real-time conferencing and collaboration applications, announced today that it will work with joint venture partner EP Global Communication (EPGC) and the American Association of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) to produce and deliver an online national debate on the "Efficacy and Safety of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in the Treatment of Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain Injury and Autism Spectrum Disorders."

The forum will be accessible to literally thousands of physicians, dentists, healthcare professionals, families and caregivers nationally in three easy-to-use online formats and will feature four prominent medical experts who will debate both sides of this important and controversial issue.

"Our ability to create and deliver cutting-edge medical content in easily accessible live online formats offers the potential of a vastly improved quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and their families," said Joe Valenzano, President and CEO of EP Global Communications and Publisher of EP Magazine. "This is the next step in our commitment to providing our constituencies with the finest continuing medical education and information, via the most sophisticated online delivery system available."

"A mission of the AADMD is to promote initiatives which lead to improved clinical competency and positive patient outcomes," said Phil May, M.D., Director of Medical Education, AADMD and Clinical Associate Professor, UMDNJ/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. "If our past success with Vemics and the EP LiveOnline program is any indication of the future, we will be able to continually take important medical information such as this to dispersed audiences with the immediacy, convenience and the impact of a traditional classroom education."

"Vemics, EP and the AADMD have already set a standard for how the medical community benefits from live, interactive programming delivered as complete solutions that include the technology, the content and the deep support customers are looking for," said Vemics CEO, Fred Zolla. "EP LiveOnline, powered by our LiveAccess Total platform, provides versatile options to reach virtually anyone wishing to participate in the programming from home, the office or from WiFi access points globally. Delivering this forum, will not only further the growth of our EP LiveOnline initiative in Developmental Disabilities, it will escalate Vemics to the national stage in the distribution of continuing medical education."

About EP Global Communications, Inc.

EP Global Communications ("Exceptional Parent") is a 35-year-old publishing and communications company which provides practical advice and emotional support to families of children and adults with disabilities and special health-care needs -as well as the physicians, allied health-care and educational professionals who are involved in their care and development. EP uses a multi-media approach to disseminate information via: its monthly award-winning publication, Exceptional Parent; Web site (www.eparent.com); clinical custom communications projects; the EP Library Bookstore of disability books, videos and tapes; live and On-line-based CME/CEU accredited Seminars & Teleconferences on a wide range of special needs topics.

Media Contact: Joseph Valenzano, Jr., President, CEO and Publisher, EP Global Communications, Inc., 201-489-0562, jvalenzano@eparent.com

About The American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry

AADMD's purpose is to improve quality of care for all Americans with developmental disabilities. AADMD prepares clinicians to face the unique challenges in caring for people with developmental disabilities; provides curriculum to newly established developmental disabilities training programs in medical and dental schools across the nation; increases the body and quality of patient-centered research regarding those with developmental disabilities and to involve parents and caregivers in this process; creates a forum in which physicians, dentists, families and caregivers may exchange experiences and ideas with regard to caring for patients with developmental disabilities; disseminates specialized developmental medical and dental information to families in language that is easy for the family to understand and establishes alliances between visionary advocacy and healthcare organizations for the primary purpose of achieving better healthcare.

Media Contact: Phil May, M.D., 908.730.5707, pmay1@earthlink.net

www.aadmd.org

About Vemics, Inc.

Vemics, Inc (PINKSHEETS: VMCI), through its wholly owned subsidiary Vemics, Inc., headquartered in River Edge, New Jersey, with offices in Boston and Philadelphia, is a leading provider of hosted, real-time conferencing and collaboration applications.

Vemics LiveAccess™ solutions combine multipoint video/voice and data technologies with industry specific content backed by consulting expertise and deep customer support enabling organizations large and small to collaborate and learn face-to-face, online from almost anywhere with little or no capital investment. Vemics delivers bottom-line benefits to companies and institutions that need to expand collaborative reach beyond conference rooms and classrooms or need best-in-class industry specific content delivered in real-time by leading trainers, subject matter experts and coaches.

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