Thursday, April 05, 2007

Healthcare IT ignores the small pediatric office

This is interesting...

"Without changes in the way we promote health IT, small physician practices will be left behind the technical curve, and as a result, patients will fail to benefit from the quality of care electronic health records provide."

-- Rep. Charles Gonzalez (D-Texas), House Small Business, Healthcare and Trade Subcommittee chairman, in the April 2, 2007, issue of Modern Healthcare magazine. Gonzales plans to introduce legislation to help small practices adopt health IT.

Wow, someone is paying attention to the small pediatric office, independent, private. Remember the Cerner's and McKesson's and IBM's of the world do not sell the EMR to you because you frankly aren't worth their time from a dollars and cents point of view. Take a look at what the Personal pediatrics affiliate program can do for your practice, we have multiple implementation options to consider. From part time practice for the pediatrician mom reentering the workforce to an additional revenue stream for a busy office, we don't want to show you how to " streamline your practice" read farm more patients in and out like cattle. We want to show you how to have the practice you always dreamed of, without being at the mercy of the health insurance plans, with salary double of national average. Watch how we are revolutionizing pediatrics at

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