Net Medical Xpress Announces Formation of Technology User's Group

Tue, 04/23/2013 - 9:24am
The Associated Press

Net Medical Xpress Solutions, Inc., (OTC QB: NMXS), announced today the formation of a Technology User's Group to accelerate the development of improvements in telemedicine.

Dick Govatski, CEO, Net Medical, said, "User Groups are an ideal way to solicit and collect valuable customer feedback and ideas for solutions to complex problems within the mobile tele-specialist market. We are constantly investigating new ways to help our customers become more successful. We believe the new user's group will leverage the experience and expertise of members of the group for help in identifying solutions to the technological problems facing the industry." David Michalski, VP Customer Support, who is in charge of the program said, "This is a strong win-win situation for both our customers and our company in identifying and acting on ideas that will facilitate successful operations in the fast paced and rapidly changing medical world." The company's new team of internal software developers, medical physicians, customer relations personnel and operations staff together with customers will interact to create additional value for the industry associated with mobile technology capabilities. The company's Gold Seal membership program will be selected for active membership in the User's Group.

Meetings will be held on a regular basis to match the demands and needs of our client base.

About Net Medical Xpress
Net Medical Express is a medical services company that provides clinical and diagnostic programs using advanced telemedicine solutions for hospitals. The company also develops FDA 510k-cleared and all-inclusive PACS products within the preventative, comprehensive, and critical healthcare segments. For more information, visit or or contact Dick Govatski, president and CEO, at 505-255-1999 or

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