This may be way to ambitious of me, but my wife is a physician and after looking at literally hundreds of different medical software and demoing at least twenty, it just seems to me that the market is wide open for some new innovation. EMR is completely screwed because the software configurations are so different. When we get an EMR from someone using a different software it has to be faxed and what should take 15-20 pages suddenly becomes 200. Also, there is not one single medical software that is complete, by complete I mean from start to finish all the way through to the accounting and printing out deposit slip. Would it be that difficult to incorporate a quickbooks type program into a medical software? Or have auto links to the different ins co's so that when a patients insurance info is entered the system goes to the site and checks the patients eligibility automatically. My problem is I know what I want and want is needed, but don't know nearly enough about programming, actually I know nothing about programming. I do know that if someone is interested we can make more money than we could spend, if it's even possible or feasible. I think the two major problems with the development of anything decent is either a Dr. who doesn't know enough about programming is developing or a developer who doesn't have enough imput from physicians and their day to day routine. Don't get me wrong there are programs out there for big hospital systems that cost, well I don't even know what they costs, but I know that smaller clinics and even mid size clinics with twenty physicians cannot afford to pay hundreds of thousands if not millions for software. With the insurance companies dropping reimbursements every time we get a new fee schedule, something is going to have to give. Either become a whole lot more effecient or become extinct. Anyone got any free time on their hands and tons of programming skills?