Using InLight is like a breath of fresh air. It epitomizes usability… I can create a new patient problem, let it go dormant for a while, and then easily find and reactivate it later.Dan Weeden, MD
Amazing Charts InLight EHR
Inspired by Dr. Lawrence Weed, a visionary in the field of healthcare informatics, Amazing Charts designed a medical record to serve the needs of physicians by structuring data entry according to a patient’s problems. The problem list provides a “table of contents” to the specific issues that are clinically relevant.
InLight EHR combines the usability experience of the highly rated Amazing Charts EHR with the power of problem-based charting. It organizes information in a more clinically relevant manner, while also relieving the cognitive burden many physicians feel when documenting in a traditional EHR system.
The problem orientation of InLight EHR supports efficient documentation and workflow, and provides innovative decision support to answer questions quickly, and with fewer clicks. All the elements of care are interconnected in logical and intuitive ways to support the independent physician.
A New Concept in EHRs
The organizing principle of InLight EHR is the patient problem list. All notes, medications, labs, orders, referrals, etc. are associated with patient problems, as opposed to the source-oriented approach having separate lists of all notes, medications, labs, etc. for each patient. With InLight, patient problems can exist in various levels of differentiation (e.g., abdominal pain can turn out later to be an ulcer or GERD); problems can resolve (e.g., acute viral pharyngitis); or problems can become enduring.
In all cases, the problem list is the index to the clinical conditions that characterize each individual patient.
Clinical Leadership and Advisors
John Goodson, MD
Dr. Goodson is a staff internist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Henry Chueh, MD, MS
Dr. Chueh is the Chief of the Division of Biomedical Informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and practices primary care.
Marc L. Mosier, MD
Dr. Mosier is Chief Medical Officer for Pri-Med and brings over 25 years of clinical medicine and surgical expertise.
William Lester, MD, MS
Dr. Lester is a primary care internist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and a member of the faculty at Harvard Medical School.
Evan Pankey, MMSc
Evan is a product manager & solution architect at Pri-Med. He strives to connect creativity, human motivation, technology and design to improve health care delivery.
Jaime Chang, MD, MS
Dr. Chang is a staff internist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He specializes in controlled medical terminologies and knowledge management.