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Physicians Demonstrate a Move Towards Internet Healthcare with Doctations

Doctations' office-patient management system popular with doctors


A Growing Number of Physicians Nationwide are Using Doctations to Run their Offices with Implementation Coordinated Completely Online

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Doctations, Inc., today announced the rapidly growing use of its comprehensive office-patient management system to doctors nationwide, with implementation and all customer service coordinated completely online. Through this innovative system, doctors and patients share internet space to achieve better healthcare. Doctations leverages the Internet to share workload, conserve physician time, improve patient care and provide feedback to staff, practice managers and directors that can be used to optimize front, mid and back office operations.

“I am now using Doctations to manage all aspects of my practice, and the system was implemented completely online,” said Dr. Rick Love, otolaryngologist of Montgomery, AL. “I found it surprisingly easy to transition my practice to electronic records.”

Doctations allows physicians to manage all aspects of their practice online, and by doing so, they form a network with their patients and colleagues – the DocPatient Network. This cloud-based solution reduces overhead, saves time and enables doctors to collaborate on shaping solutions to the national healthcare crisis.

“As a practicing physician, I am thrilled to see doctors empowered with the online tools required to run their businesses more efficiently and move their practices towards the future – Internet healthcare,” said Dr. Louis Cornacchia III, M.D., F.A.C.S, and President and CEO of Doctations, Inc.

Doctations provides Internet-based technology as a service to physicians, other healthcare providers and patients – and forms the basis for connecting practices, providers and patients in one Internet space while simultaneously maintaining the privacy of each practice and patient. By implementing the medical practice management and digital documentation solutions as web-native tools, it is possible to provide doctors and patients with state-of-the-art, comprehensive solutions that are substantially less expensive than equivalent systems.

“I’ve already seen increased efficiencies in my practice,” said Dr. Denise Kelley, of Springtown, PA. “The flexibility of the Doctations system allowed me to coordinate the implementation at my convenience.”

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Ray DePena worked at IBM for over 12 years in various senior global roles in managed hosting sales, services sales, global marketing programs (business innovation), marketing management, partner management, and global business development.
His background includes software development, computer networking, systems engineering, and IT project management. He holds an MBA in Information Systems, Marketing, and International Business from New York University’s Stern School of Business, and a BBA in Computer Systems from the City University of New York at Baruch College.

Named one of the World's 30 Most Influential Cloud Computing Bloggers in 2009, Top 50 Bloggers on Cloud Computing in 2010, and Top 100 Bloggers on Cloud Computing in 2011, he is the Founder and Editor of Amazon.com Journal,Competitive Business Innovation Journal,and Salesforce.com Journal.

He currently serves as an Industry Advisor for the Higher Education Sector on a National Science Foundation Initiative on Computational Thinking. Born and raised in New York City, Mr. DePena now lives in northern California. He can be followed on:

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