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Human Science, Inc. Launches PatientCarenet.Org
Date:2/26/2009

lly for complex patients with chronic, high impact diseases. This outdated means of communication is inefficient for our current and future medical needs. To improve relationships with colleagues and collaborate among peers, today's medical professional needs a secure system to request key information, obtain status reports and test results and allow multi-directional information exchange.

"In today's world of chronic, high impact disease state, patients are seeing several doctors and there is a greater need of for shared data, diagnosis and treatment information. Immediate communication is needed or it can impair the quality of care," said Dr. Steven Schwartz, family physician in Potomac Physician Associates at Kensington Maryland, and Associate Dean of Informatics at Georgetown University School of Medicine. "The simple concept behind this technology is to use secure messaging to enable medical professionals to protect private patient information and communicate more quickly and efficiently to improve patient care. The added benefit is time savings for the physician and their staff."

To meet the challenges of collaboration, primary care physicians and specialists need tools that are compatible with our "silo" culture, busy workflow, and privacy laws. PatientCarenet.Org offers a unique and comprehensive solution to the problems many physicians share everyday. 1 of 10 patients in primary care needs to see specialties. PatientCarenet.Org provides physicians with social networking, secure digital communication and patient record sharing. "The professional networking site creates a virtual 'doctor's lounge,' allowing physicians to build relationships and engage in immediate and secure dialogue with colleagues," says Mr. Son. "In addition, we will continue to expand this platform technology to include virtual patient conferences and health information exchange (HIE). These digital exchanges can be linked to shared patien
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