instaCare Corp. Comments on Recent Significant News Concerning the Efficacy of Cost Saving Wireless Technologies in Healthcare

Company Plans to Extend the Focus of Its Wireless Technologies Beyond the

Scope of Its Pharmaceutical Business

Sep 13, 2005, 01:00 ET from instaCare Corp.

    NEW YORK, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- instaCare Corp.,
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   INCA) a leading Wi-Fi PDA technology provider to the
 lodging and satellite media industries, the developer of patent-pending
 technologies for e-health and EMR applications and the distributor of
 life-saving prescription drugs, today provided additional details of its
 proprietary e-health technology portfolio, including information on how the
 Company's digital, wireless, data collection and analysis capabilities that
 could significantly contribute to ongoing industry-wide efforts to streamline
 processes and reduce expenses.
     "The need for an infusion of technological precision into an unwieldy,
 complex and expensive system has never been greater," commented Robert Cox,
 CEO of instaCare Corp.  "The marriage of our wireless technology, software
 development expertise and drug delivery centralization and automation will
 provide a solid impetus to remove inefficiencies and streamline the system.
 The opportunities for cost savings are substantial, and the first-to-market
 status will provide meaningful opportunities for instaCare to benefit from
 what is a growing an important industry-wide trend."
     As discussed in a column recently on MSNBC,
 (, "most doctors and hospitals still work
 in the buggy-whip era of information technology, dependent on pen, paper and
 manila folders  ...  By now, if you belong to a frequent shopper club, your
 grocery store almost certainly has far more computerized data about you than
 does your doctor  ...  The National Coordinator for Health Information
 Technology estimates that simply by using electronic health records we could
 save between 7.5 percent and 30 percent of the $1.6 trillion dollars now spent
 annually on healthcare."
     Utilizing instaCare's technology and associated software, doctors will be
 able to swiftly manage prescriptions, patient records, and appointments online
 and via wireless handheld devices, accelerating processing of data,
 eliminating record-related issues and mistakes and complying with state and
 federal laws, including HIPAA (Health Information Portability and
 Accountability Act), as well as other regulatory factors.  The Company's
 sophisticated software enables access to a physician's Web site to make an
 appointment, as well as secure messaging system to access test results and
 send pre- or post-visit questions.  The Company is also designing solutions to
 preserve secure access to medical records online.
     The Company's most profound contribution to improved efficiency in the
 medical industry is related to e-prescribing technologies.  Doctors will be
 able to wirelessly prescribe medicines for patients, in a secure, paper-free
 system, sending the prescription to a retail pharmacy warehouse which will
 immediately deliver the medicine to the patient's home or office.  This will
 facilitate rapid and accurate drug interaction checks, ensuring the patient
 receives the right medication for their situation, avoids allergic reactions
 or potentially hazardous drug-to-drug interactions.  Additionally, doctors who
 have patients seeing multiple physicians will be able to immediately review
 what other doctors are prescribing and other medicines the patient may be
 ingesting, providing instant feedback on the patient's overall therapy.
 Doctors will also be able to order lab tests on handheld devices or desktop
 computers.  The ability to utilize hand-held computer-based devices will
 eliminate misreadings due to poor handwriting or human error.
     Robert Cox, instaCare's chief executive officer, concluded, "For decades,
 the medical industry has been slow to adopt new technologies, and
 inefficiencies have led to increased expenses, processing errors and mistakes
 related to poor data collection practices.  Even if the low end of this cost
 savings example were to put into place, the average American family could save
 $1800.00 per year in health insurance premiums.  We stand prepared to
 significantly change this paradigm."
     Forward Looking Statements Disclaimer:
     This release contains forward-looking statements about our business or
 financial condition that reflect our assumptions and beliefs based on
 information currently available.  We can give no assurance that the
 expectations indicated by such forward-looking statements will be realized.
 There may be other risks and circumstances that we are unable to predict.
 When used in this release, words such as "believes," "expects," "forecasts,"
 "intends," "projects," "plans," "anticipates," "estimates" and similar
 expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements, although
 there may be certain statements not accompanied by such expressions.
 Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements.
 Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those
 estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government
 regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity;
 litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time
 to time in the company's public announcements.
     For further information, please contact:
     Lisa Lindberg, Lippert Heilshorn and Associates, (212) 838-3777 or Carla
 Hintz, The Wells Group, (480) 391-7400, or visit the company's Web Site:

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