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EasyMed (EMYSF) Signs Chanel to International Medical Passport Trial

Executives of leading luxury goods and jewelry brand, Chanel, will benefit from having their medical records on their smartphones wherever they travel

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/29/13 -- EasyMed Services, Inc. (CNSX:EZM)(OTCBB:EMYSF) (www.EasyMedMobile.com) today announced that Chanel has signed a contract to trial the International Medical Passport with its executive staff in France.

Chanel's corporate doctor deemed the International Medical Passport an excellent added-value benefit for Chanel's executives, particularly considering the company's presence in over 100 countries.

Chanel is one of the most highly regarded brands in the high fashion industry, specializing in haute couture and ready-to-wear clothes, luxury goods, and fashion accessories. It originated in 1909 when Gabrielle Bonheur (Coco) Chanel opened a millinery shop at 160 Boulevard Malesherbes in Paris, France.

Mr. Tejinder Sahota, CEO of EasyMed Services said, "We are delighted that Chanel has signed a contract for the International Medical Passport. EasyMed's International Medical Passport will help protect the company's executives as they travel to Chanel locations around the globe."

EasyMed Services' primary focus is to rise to the opportunity presented by the French initiative towards the adoption of mobile health records.

Mr. Sahota continues, "Chanel employs thousands of people in over 100 countries and has annual revenues estimated to be in excess of $3bn. Coco Chanel was a visionary in the fashion industry when she set up her first store in Paris in 1909, and now her company has had the same visionary outlook to provide its executives with EasyMed's cutting-edge technology. We look forward to working with Chanel with a view to providing executives in more countries with the International Medical Passport."

About Chanel

Chanel, Inc. manufactures and distributes fragrance and cosmetic products for men and women. It offers a range of luxury products, including ready-to-wear, fragrance, cosmetics, leather goods, watches, accessories, and costume jewelry. The company also offers skin care products, as well as women/miss outerwear, women/miss suit/coat, and women/miss blouses. Chanel, Inc. was founded in 1956 and is based in New York, New York. For more information, please visit www.chanel.com.

About the International Medical Passport

EasyMed's International Medical Passport (http://easymedmobile.com/international-medical-passport/) makes medical records accessible worldwide by smartphone - an important service for all business travelers. Today's global travelers need instant access to their health records in case of an emergency. The International Medical Passport puts the complete record on a smartphone together with instant access to pre-approved doctors, clinics and hospitals around the world. The Medical Passport works on all phone, PDA and web platforms and operates in over 80 countries with 300+ mobile carriers. Cloud-based, secure, compliant and accessible on iPhone, Android, Windows and Blackberry platforms, EasyMed's International Medical Passport meets HIPAA requirements, supports HL-7 (the global authority on standards for interoperability of health information technology) and is IBM certified.

About EasyMed Services Inc.

EasyMed Services Inc. (CNSX:EZM)(OTCBB:EMYSF) is a global medical information technology company delivering an end-to-end patient care solution through mobile phone, PDA and server technologies offering specialized services and applications for healthcare, insurance and pharmaceutical industries. We are committed to world-class customer service and the protection of our clients' information. To learn more, please visit www.EasyMedMobile.com.

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