The prevalence of electronic health records reveals the ubiquity of technology in healthcare. From its inception in the late 20th century to today, EHRs remain a staple part of any hospital. However, with the development of new and polished medical technology such as...
The Good the Bad and the Brand-new: How Technology Changed Patient Treatment
Medical technology has come a long way, from the dissection-based anatomy lessons in the Middle Ages to the advanced, 3D-enabled surgery simulators of today. Innovations like prosthetic limbs, VR treatment and EHR platforms have made significant alterations to the...
From One Family Physician to Another
I used to make home visits, but the time/cost pressure on me in private practice forced me and my group to give that up. We also gave up having in office mammography, nursing home care, hospital care, and hospice care. It doesn’t pay enough to make it worth our while....
How Patients Receive Impactful Care
Your health isn’t just your doctors’ responsibility. Showing a willingness to be healthy is also necessary. As patients, we must do our part by being conscious of what we eat, drink and do to handle our health conditions. Our accountability extends to our willingness...
Outdated Communications Technology in Medicine
The Age of Technology has revolutionized the way people communicate with each other. Computers, smartphones and the Internet makes connecting with other people easier and more efficient. This ever-changing digital landscape has created numerous innovations, such as...
EHRS, AI, Oh My!
I wish I could share Dr. Singh’s (view article here) enthusiasm for improvements with the current EHRs with data exchange and then AI and machine learning tools to improve the system. Instead, I view that pathway as further burdening the MD with data trash long...
Leaders Who Are Also Physicians
I couldn’t agree more with Dr. Khullar, author of the New York Times article, “Good Leaders Make Good Doctors” (view article here). Indeed, there is a fraction of doctors I would estimate at 10% that enjoy and thrive in leadership positions. I am one of them. I...
How Technology Changes the Relationship Between Patients and Doctors
Healthcare is seeing a surge of technology to better support the way patients are treated or with improved operational functions that are efficient. These advancements create new and effective solutions to clinical operations, leaving behind slow and outdated...
Improve Your Quality of Life With Healthy Habits
Health is not just about maintaining physical appearance. Rather, it is about training your mind and body to become adept at committing to a routine, be it as simple as waking up early or as strenuous as exercising. A lot of apps have been developed to improve a...
Why You Should Get Yourself a Personal Health Record App
Before the digital era, clinical visits would involve dozens of notes from consultation exams, thick paper charts, and heaps of documents. These practices continued for a long time until the advent of the Computer Age gave physicians an alternative platform, taking...
What People are Saying
“A Great Find”
When I show people syncMD and connect it instantly from my mobile to any internet connected computer pointed at the website, I only get two reactions: “Wow!”, or the open mouth awestruck silent face. One person only, a young 30 something, kept saying “That’s brilliant!” over and over.
Dr. Paul B. (Redmond)
“Fabulous & flawless service”
“It’s about time!” My doc said, “Did you do that wirelessly?” I said “Yes and it’s secure and compliant.”
Rita Z. (Patient user)
“Another successful experience”
“I can strongly recommend Sync.MD to any medical practice or organization as it is a valuable time saving tool that improves the quality of medical care delivered to patients. Sync.MD has continued to add features that have only improved its usefulness.”
J. Condon, M.D
“When I see a patient who is using Sync.MD application, I know right away that visit will be productive because I will get record on my computer in no time.”
J. Grinberg M.D
“This app is giving people the power to organize and share their medical records
electronically with anyone they see fit."
A. Nisbet - CIOX Health