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Let’s face it, electronic medical records are broken. Physicians spend countless frustrating hours clicking to meet documentation requirements. The focus on well meaning federal requirements has left fundamental issues in the design of the medical records neglected. However these problems are not new.

Solutions have been amongst us for decades. In the 1970’s, Dr. Larry Weed’s PROMIS medical record implemented a touch screen based medical record where the patient’s clinical problems were the central organizing principle of the medical record. Weed's innovation was then adapted and nurtured at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1979 to present in the COSTAR and OnCall Medical records.

The InLight EHR takes the Problem Oriented Medical Record into the next era with the application of the principles of cognitive design and the latest in web technology.

View our 12 min proof of concept video and judge for yourself:

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