Dr. Garber Featured in Telegram & Gazette

Aug 19, 2014 / Media Coverage / News

 Dr. Larry Garber, a Reliant Internist and Director of Informatics, was featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette in an article entitled “With electronic access, patients play active role in health records”.   Dr. Garber talks about MyChart, our online patient portal and how electronic medical records improve patient communication and act as a patient safety tool.  Read the article on the Telegram’s website or view a PDF of the article.

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  1. Posted by Shelly Guay

    The My Chart ID is the best, it fascinates me: easy access, appointment reminders, viewing of medical tests, medical & family history boxes you can fill in, links to resources, Dr. Bio’s (meet your Dr.’s especially when being seen by multiple and all before any apt upon gaining access!), so so much more. If there are any errors in the information exchanged between whomever is seen, there is a ‘place’ for keeping ones own notes. Love this! Keeps me informed, allows me access to better care in general: I can be proactive in my own healthcare. Have never seen anything like it. With health issues, the test results feature allows me the opportunity of gathering information, formulating questions to ask the Dr. before appointments, even leave the questions on the site and gain access to it on a smart phone without eating up data and with a strong connection via Reliant’s guest wifi. With this tool, much anxiety has been relieved while experiencing health issues. Very pleased patient here!

    August 25, 2014 6:40 am Reply

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