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PhysiTel software builds electronic patient records

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PhysiTel software builds electronic patient recordsTelemedicine software developer PhysiTel has released Photomailer MD, a software program that uses existing paper-based patient records, along with the firm's Graphlex document management

PhysiTel software builds electronic patient records

Telemedicine software developer PhysiTel has released Photomailer MD, a software program that uses existing paper-based patient records, along with the firm's Graphlex document management protocol, to create patient charts that can be viewed on desktop or laptop PCs. The charts can include physician notes, patient histories, and lab results, as well as color images from ultrasound, endoscopes, microscopes, and other sources, according to the Houston-based development-stage company. Photomailer MD is priced at $299.

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