Letter from the Founder

Dear Colleague,

Welcome to One Touch EMR! I am glad you are here, and ask that you to let me share the vision I had when starting this company and product. Before going to medical school I was involved with my own web-hosting company where I learned and developed many web-based software products. I then decided to make a shift into medicine and after my residency, I was looking for an EMR product to start my medical practice. Sadly, after evaluating most products on the market, I found them to be somewhat "bulky", hard to navigate, utterly confusing and intimidating - not to mention very expensive with all kinds of licensing fees, support fees, training fees and more. I honestly felt there had to be a better way - especially with the latest technology at our fingertips that literally did not exist just a few years ago.

It was upon this premise that One Touch EMR was born! Along with my vision of how EMR should really be, I literally developed the product myself and asked my expert team of developers to finish the product for real-time. We have been working extremely hard from inception through development to delivery of a simplified quality EMR solution that also appeals to the non-technical doctor and emphasizes ease-of-use, familiar workflow, and improving your bottom line.

Our software is designed to be different from the legacy EMR products currently on the market. We take advantage of the newer touch-screen based devices such as iPad and Android tablets, and employ a turn-key product which includes everything from training, support, and upgrades, to simplified pricing - all in one secure web-based location. As an additional bonus, we guarantee that our software will meet all the government EMR meaningful-use criteria, thereby qualifying you for the rebates promised.

We believe you will agree that One Touch EMR is the EMR you've been waiting for ... literally developed by a doctor for doctors and all at the touch of a finger.

Dr. Robert Abbate, D.O.
CEO & Founder
Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine