Dr. Lauri Romanzi, ranked among the world’s finest Board Certified Surgeons, performed a Google key word search using the term “accountant.” She needed to identify an accounting and technology expert that could convert her battery of file cabinets into an electronic database that within seconds would allow her to access her patient’s most sensitive medical information no matter where she might be in the world. It was no accident that the Manhattan (New York) based surgeon in response to her query received GoodAccountants.com as the very first result. Clicking the GoodAccountants.com website hyperlink Lauri Romanzi quickly discovered she was not alone in her appreciation of the importance of maintaining and managing a patient’s medical file over a period of years and having that information incessantly available at her fingertips. May we say the rest is history? Within minutes of transmitting some basic information at GA’s website Dr. Romanzi was on the phone with a GA Consultant discussing the intimate nuances of a database solution for her patient’s files. Shortly thereafter an accounting firm was identified by her GA Consultant and scheduled to meet with her at her offices located at 133 East 58th Street, New York, New York 10022.
Mark Collella, a Certified Public Accountant and founding principal of Comprehensive Wealth Management Group, LLC located at 3117 Richmond Road, Staten Island, New York 10306 was the firm referred by GoodAccountants.com to Dr. Romanzi. The firm delivers a myriad of accounting and financial services including audits, reviews, compilations, tax planning, financial planning, certified financial statements, forecasts and projections, valuations, forensic accounting, estate planning, incorporation services, monthly bookkeeping, payroll services, tax litigation support, trusts, wealth management as well as systems design and setup.
“The GA Consultant that assisted and spoke with me on numerous occasions by phone was extremely knowledgeable,” says Dr. Romanzi about the quality of the service she was afforded by GoodAccountants.com. The changes in the way doctors now manage patient information given the many new technologies that have become available to the medical profession is very different than ten or twenty years ago. Sara Perry, a transplant recipient, recounted to GATV Insider how her surgeon using a blackberry from the back of a taxicab was able to locate a kidney donor and coordinate an operating team while in route to the hospital to perform her surgery. Sara would have died within hours had the hospital not had the technology to locate her surgeon, who had been contacted minutes before boarding an airplane to Hawaii. Technology also help locate an organ donor and assemble a medical team all in less than an hour making it possible for Sara’s doctor to perform her kidney transplant surgery at the NYU Medical Center, 550 First Avenue, New York, New York 10016 (212) 263-7300
More about Dr. Lauri J. Romanzi, MD:
Dr. Lauri Romanzi, MD: Clinical Associate Professor of Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medical Center /New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, is a board certified fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and fellowship trained urogynecologist
Medical School: Eastern Virginia Medical School of the Medical College of Hampton Roads
Residency: University Hospital of Brooklyn downstate, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Board Certified: Dr. Romanzi is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Group Practice: Urgencies
State License Information: Licensed in New York
Office Location: 133 East 58th Street, New York, NY 10022 (212) 935-4343