Doctations, Inc. Partners With Phoenix MedCom

Tue Mar 18, 2008 12:00pm EDT

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Internet-Based Medical System Offers Physicians MedCom Transcription
    Over Its Network For High-Quality Service, Savings of Up To 70%
GARDEN CITY, N.Y.--(Business Wire)--
Doctations, Inc., the company that has developed, a
unique internet-based medical system that empowers the doctor-patient
relationship, today announced that it has entered into a partnership
with Phoenix MedCom, one of the fastest growing providers of quality
medical transcription. The partnership will allow physicians to take
advantage of high-quality medical transcription services over the
internet-based network, at a savings that can reach the
range of 50-70% in both time and overhead costs to their practices.

   "We are very pleased to be able to bring the high-quality services
of Phoenix MedCom onto the platform," said Dr. Louis
Cornacchia III, M.D., F.A.C.S., and President and CEO of Doctations,
Inc. "They have a great and long-standing reputation in the medical
transcription industry, and through this affiliation we can offer
their services to our growing network of physician users."

   " is truly on the leading edge of a new wave of
healthcare in this country," said Robert J. Manning, Chief Executive
Officer of Phoenix MedCom. "We are very pleased to be able to offer
our services through their unique network."

   Doctations' system is a highly secure, easy-to-use group of
websites (under the umbrella of that facilitate
communication between doctor and patient. For the doctor, the system
provides a platform for them to communicate with their patients as
well as with all of the other healthcare providers involved in their
care. Physicians using the system save up to 70% of the time required
to prepare reports, can use electronic communication to retrieve
second opinions, view documents produced by all physicians treating a
patient, and import lab and radiological reports into their record

   All of this, in turn, leads to greater efficiency and reduced
chance for error since all healthcare practitioners involved with a
patient are accessing the same medical information consistently via
the patient's "Clinical Vault", which is updated along the way. For
patients, the Doctations DocPatient Network restores the personal
relationship between them and their doctor, while at the same time
expands their access to healthcare by using the Internet for secure
electronic communications with their doctor, through both text and

   Currently, the DocPatient Network has approximately two dozen
physician users registered and about five thousand patients.

   About Phoenix MedCom

   Phoenix MedCom, Inc. is owned and operated by professionals who
have been involved in the healthcare transcription industry for more
than twenty five years. Phoenix MedCom, Inc. was founded in 1998, and
has quickly become one of the fastest growing providers of medical
records in the Northeast United States. All of the work done by
Phoenix MedCom is done here in the United States. Providing quality
medical transcription in an electronic record environment is the
company's only business, so all resources and abilities are
concentrated on that objective.

   About Doctations, Inc.

   Doctations(TM) Inc., is a company dedicated to creating innovative
new, internet-based means of transacting healthcare. The goal is to
make healthcare more accessible to patients, and to substantially
improve the process of generating medical documentation in all venues
of healthcare: the physician's private office, the physician group's
office, the ambulatory surgery center, and hospitals. We bring users
the benefit of electronic medical records without the burden or
expense of difficult-to-use software. We also believe that free-market
forces with appropriate government regulation is the best means of
achieving improved doctor-patient relationships have concluded that
the internet provides an excellent means for achieving this vision and
for catalyzing change that will improve healthcare for patients and

Belinda Banks

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