We’ve been there… presented with a diagnosis and a treatment option, we were handed a hastily filled out form to sign, granting permission to proceed with a procedure. On some occasions, someone other than the practitioner doing the procedure counseled us. We found this unacceptable, especially in an era of advancing technology, increasing medical error rates, and decreasing human interaction.
Leveraging our collective experiences in Medicine, Psychology, and Law we decided to take an archaic system of obtaining consent and convert it to a contemporary process where the interests of both the provider and the patient are best served. We view ourselves as the advocate for both parties, and pride ourselves on having developed a process that should and will lead to less confusion, improved communication, better understanding, and overall improvement in satisfaction for all parties involved.