MEDICAL RECORDS: WHY THEY MATTER, AND WHY OURS ARE BETTER

MEDICAL RECORDS: WHY THEY MATTER, AND WHY OURS ARE BETTER

While other practices spend gobs of money implementing off-the-shelf electronic health records — only to be disappointed with their clunkiness — we created our own, and have continuously improved it since 1998.

For all the technological marvels at our fingertips, it’s amazing that when it comes to record-keeping, modern medicine sometimes seems to have barely advanced beyond wax tablets and wooden stylii.

Handwriting — still, sadly, the medium of choice for some doctors — is subject to interpretation errors that can cause delays… or worse. Even doctors who have adopted electronic charts get bogged down in the boilerplate that the software provider stuffs into the system, making it hard for colleagues to pick out the parts that are clinically important.

While the federal government is making a big push for widespread adoption of electronic medical records, we didn’t need to be told: our records are 100% electronic. They’re legible, concise, and secure, so that if you ever need hospitalization or receive care elsewhere, another doctor can quickly get up to speed. In fact, when we begin working with new patients, we gather notes from all their previous providers to create a centralized record that’s easy to locate, easy to use, and easy (with your authorization) to share.

They’re your records, of course, so if you want a copy, just ask and we’ll provide them by email, CD, or thumb drive.

303.789.4949 1780 South Bellaire Street #700
Denver, CO 80222
303.789.4949 1780 South Bellaire Street #700
Denver, CO 80222