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May 28, 2012

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L Gordon Moore

Mcorn310 I could not agree more.

What you describe is one of the visions of good electronic systems - seamless and secure communicate between clinicians and people/patients.

This feature is not available in most current electronic health records and even when available is not used.

I wish that it were.

Mcorn310

I think EMR is a significant step up in the medical industry. I actually have to use a physical therapy billing software with my trainer and I think it is outstanding. I am able to check to see when my next payment is due, look at my medical history, and even look at the kinds of therapy I received. I only see it as a convenience.

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