MediSwipe Inc. Announces New Members To Its Advisory Board

LOS ANGELES, May 1, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MediSwipe Inc. ( (OTCBB:MWIP), a patient security solutions and data management company for the medicinal marijuana and health care industry, today announced  the addition of two members to its Strategic Advisory Board. These two esteemed individuals will provide expertise in the areas of digital healthcare management, best-of-class business practices and advancements in biometric monitoring technology. The newest members of the Advisory Board are Mr. Kevin Deitch and Mr. Timothy Winn. Mr. Deitch and Mr. Winn join Dr. James Canton bringing the total advisory board members of MediSwipe to three.

MediSwipe's Management Team is extremely enthused about the several key additions. "Over the past several months, we have sought out the key players in the healthcare sector that would add tremendous potential and credentials to our Advisory Board. Each member contributes unique insight to our approach. While the members validate many of our concepts, their individual talents and contributions have rapidly refined our strategy," stated B. Michael Friedman, CEO of MediSwipe. "With the experience and added expertise of our new Advisory Board, MediSwipe now has access to the highest level thought leaders in the healthcare and digital information management sectors," further added Friedman.

Kevin E. Deitch is the Executive Vice President and Founder of Digital Records, Inc., a privately-held Florida-based corporation that specializes in cloud based software development and document scanning services. In addition to providing unmatched scanning services, the Company is the sole distributor of Beltora DMS, an Electronic Content Management and Document Capture Software Solution, to the United States and Europe

Mr. Deitch has received 3 degrees from the University of Florida, including a 'Master of Business Administration' in 2002, in which he graduated first in his class. Mr. Deitch's medical scanning experience includes White Wilson Medical Medical Centers (150,000 Patients), Water's Edge Dermatology (70,000 Patient Records), Western Communities Family Practice (80,000 Patient Records), Cardiology Associates of the Palm Beach's (50,000 Patient Records), University of Miami, Sylvester (Document Scanning Software for 50 employees; 1st EMR), and ARAN Eye Associates (64,000 Patient Records).

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