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Many patients suffer data overload based on the sheer amount of information they are given by healthcare providers. This includes information for the patient ranging from drug and disease information packets to lab values and medical tests. Often enough, the patient may be overwhelmed by the data provided as they try to identify what significance it plays to them personally, and more often than not they may not read the material. In the end, its a frustrating experience for many. I am proposing a mechanism where such information packets are developed to personally suit each patient based on their demographic data (e.g. gender, age), medical history, and patient preferences. This in turn could generate a summary of information that the patient can read quickly and utilize, along with further information that they can reference. This can be conducted via a web portal or app that collates and collects all forms for the patient to review at their own time, reducing paper burden.