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CSOC Caduceus Software Systems Corp. is our low float bottom'd chart bounce play for Thursday.


Company: Caduseus Software Systems Corp.

Symbol: CSOC.ob

Current PPS: $0.0148 <=== Rock Bottom PPS Huge Opportunity For Gains

Outstanding Shares: 275.8Million

Float: 89.6Million <=== Low Float

10 Day Avg. Volume: 1.1M

Website: www.caduceussystems.com

About the Company:

Since 1996 Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (CSOC.ob) has been committed to providing inventory management, e-procurement software solutions, and related services to hospitals and the healthcare industry. CSOC's staff is comprised of individuals with extensive expertise in healthcare, information technology, supply chain management, and e-procurement. All of whom are dedicated to helping hospitals and healthcare organizations efficiently manage supply costs and inventory as well as developing a smarter faster e-procurement system.

The amount of money wasted due to inefficiencies in the healthcare system is astronomical. In 1996 it was determined that over $11.6 billion of that waste was due to inefficient product movement and ineffective inventory control and materials management. Now as we approach 2012 that amount of waste has only gotten worse.

CSOC's mission is to greatly reduce the current ineffectiveness of today's health care systems. Their Materials Management Information System (MMIS) is an innovative "end-to-end" hospital supply chain software solution utilizing scanning and a wireless infrastructure to manage materials, costs, and charges from requisitioning to the point of care.

CSOC provides an efficient way for forward-thinking hospitals and other healthcare facilities to combine the best-of-breed hospital supply chain management solutions that have proven so effective in reducing costs throughout American industry without requiring wholesale change in existing systems.

By migrating to CSOC's Materials Management Information System healthcare providers can expect the following results:

  • Lower costs
  • Improved patient care and safety
  • Increased efficiency
  • Optimized inventory levels

2012 has been a busy year for CSOC as it has begun aggressively pursuing its cloud based platform to be used in the natural disaster prone Asia Pacific market.

Digitizing of health records in the Asia Pacific remains a priority for healthcare providers according to a report from research firm IDC.

http://newsbytes.ph/2011/01/21/asia-pac-progressing-towards-digitization-of-health-records/

"With stronger demand coming from line-of-business managers (i.e., healthcare professionals), healthcare-specific and clinical solutions such as Electronic Medical Records (EMR)/EHR systems, health information exchange (HIE) initiatives, hospital and clinical information systems, picture archival and communications systems, and computerized physician ordering entry systems are expected to receive more attention in 2011 and beyond."

CSOC looks to be a first mover in this untapped market which could benefit immensely from CSOC's cloud based EMR technologies.

CSOC's cloud based solutions provides off site protection of vital EMR data that will be relied upon heavily in the event of a serious natural disaster such as a tsunami or earthquake.

CSOC is currently sitting on a bottom'd out chart trading at just over a penny in an industry with steady growth and is predicted to reach over $190 billion by 2015.

We are putting CSOC on HIGH ALERT.

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Caduceus Software Systems Corp. Pursuing Opportunity for Its Cloud Platform to Insure Health Record Integrity for Asia Pacific Market at Risk of Natural Disaster
8:00a ET February 27, 2012 (Business Wire)

Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCBB: CSOC) (The Company) today comments on a big opportunity it is pursuing for its Cloud platform, which can be deployed to insure health record integrity in a Asia Pacific Market that is constantly at risk of natural disasters.

In light of recent catastrophes in the Asia Pacific region, many governments in that area are looking at implementing and adopting the use of Electronic Health Records (EMR's) and Cloud computing in an effort to preserve and access vital data at a crucial time when a country is experiencing a natural disaster. In Thailand, for example, the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology launched the government's new cloud computing service to drive and encourage the adoption of e-service for all state agencies.

According to the Electronic Government Agency (EGA), who was in charge of a pilot cloud project, the government IT spending on data centres and the disaster recovery centre topped THB2.6 billion (US$86.6 million), after the recent flooding in Thailand. Of course, this could have been prevented if these systems were previously in place.

Asia-Pacific countries such as Australia have also deployed cloud computing to provide services to their citizens. In addition to enhancing the country's image in terms of technology and boosting its competitive edge for public services, the cloud platform, computer systems and networks could also be relocated from risky areas to protect electronic data.

During the recent earthquake in Japan, at least 186 medical institutions were destroyed or seriously damaged by the March 11 disaster. Of this number, 163 said they lost all or some of their medical records, according to the Miyagi Medical Association. This has prompted the government's Information Technology Strategy Council to urge hospitals to store copies of their medical records in far-off locations.

The Health, Labour and Welfare Ministry has begun discussing creating a legal framework for this to push forward on legislation that will expedite the implementation of EMR's along with the use of Cloud computing.

"Caduceus Software systems is monitoring the situation in the Asia pacific region as it strategically aligns itself with the right groups in order to break into this untapped market," says Derrick Gidden.

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