Hi Colleen, Your advice is good, but too little too late. I have zero confidence in the quality of medical care and the integrity of medical care as administered by the doctors who engaged in e-consults and completely disregarded the life-threatening abnormalities that they chose to not mention in their reports. I would never want to see either of these doctors, and they were assigned to be part of my medical care team. At this point, I'm questioning what quality of care I can expect from other doctors at Mayo, who are likely to assume that the information in my medical chart is adequately accurate, when it is not. I'll be cautious and careful and cognizant of the fact that I'm likely better served by medical professionals who have old-fashioned methods of ensuring they are getting it right.