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  1. I am a financial planner for a friends private practice in New Jersey. I usually don’t take clients in the medical field just because I wasn’t familiar enough with implementation and the weighing of certain assets. However, this article strikes me as very interesting because this is a necessity that we had been contemplating with for some time. I would consider him in the people that eventually wanted it, but couldn’t afford it at the time.

    Upon doing extensive research, both him and I agreed that the benefits would outweigh the short-run costs in the long run. Turns out we were right and he said it saves him a significant amount of time with looking up patient’s records and anything he needs to know about a patient in seconds rather than manually looking for the folder.

    Great read and more doctors should pull the trigger and get this.

  2. This is an interesting article. I used to be a nurse and had to do the tedious impractical system by finding a patient through THOUSANDS of folders and reading through useless information to find what I was looking for.

    EVERY doctor should get this! Help out your staff and in turn, help yourself!

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