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Arfinn Med Patient Site

Arfinn Med Patient Site

We get a lot of interest from patients asking about efficacy data for medical marijuana on a number of conditions. Though we are primarily an electronic medical record (EMR) company focussing on the cannabis industry and other complimentary or alternative therapies, our primary focus is better quality care for patients. So with that being said, we will be releasing a site that allows patients to find efficacy data pertaining to medical marijuana, locations of dispensaries, and most importantly, contact information for our registered providers. Since anyone using Arfinn Med as an EMR believes in truly partnering with, and monitoring patients throughout their treatment, we wanted to provide patients a way to connect to providers in their area.

The site will be released in Q2 of 2020 and will focus on a state-by-state roll out. We at Arfinn Med are very excited about this new site and the possibilities that connecting patients and providers will unveil. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to reach out to us by clicking here.

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