Imagine viewing patient records in a way that is completely intuitive.

The past decade has seen a sharp rise in the use of Health IT in support of patient care. But this has regrettably forced clinicians to spend a significant amount of time navigating complex EHR interfaces with dozens of tabs and the inability to search content attached in a "media" file. 

careMESH was founded by an emergency room physician who wanted to do it better.

Not only do we provide a secure channel over which to communicate patient records, images, and other information, but any care team member can benefit from our unique patient record viewer:

  • Every patient record that passes through the careMESH cloud is shown in our user-friendly format

  • When users share records with non-subscribers, recipients automatically receive a link to view digital records in careMESH

  • Our Patient Record Viewer combines data about a patient from multiple EHRs into a single view, while keeping the provider in control of what is imported into the receiving EHR.

Finally, all trusted members of a patient care team can be granted appropriate access to view digital records (even those who do not have an EHR implemented in their practice) and providers can share and collaborate about a patient regardless of which EHR software they use.

A Sample Patient Record in careMESH:

  • Physicians love our user-friendly viewer!

  • Not only does it "speak the language of medicine" but it is customizable, searchable, and intuitive.

  • As patient data passes through the careMESH cloud, we build graphical widgets to highlight critical patient information in support of patient care:

    • For adults, the default view includes (1) Vital Signs, (2) Metabolic Panel, (3) Complete Blood Count, (4) Problem list, (5) Medications, and (6) medication allergies

    • For children, the default view includes (1) Growth Charts (height, weight, BMI), and (2) vital signs

  • To support compliance with preventative measures and public health programs, important social history data (e.g. smoking status) and controlled substance use (e.g. opioids) are highlighted.


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