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Take ownership of your own digital health record on your smartphone!

Electronic medical records are growing but they are unwieldy for physicians and not accessible to patients who may want/need to have their records with them as they travel, visit different physicians, etc. Or to simply have your child’s immunization records when you are filling out the summer camp application.  ChartSpan is designed to solve that problem. You can carry your medical records on your smartphone, upload/download at the click of a button, share previous images and reports with new doctors, etc. The OCR technology allows you to take a picture of the doctors note and ChartSpan then sorts the data into topics (such as medications, tests, diagnoses, etc) so it is organized and searchable.  Very Cool.  Check it out.

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