drchrono Integrates with Digital Physical Therapy platform Physitrack

Tapped directly by Apple under the tech giant’s largely stealthy Mobility Partner Program, the two companies are joining forces to integrate Physitrack’s home exercise program into drchrono’s EHR on the web, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch. Starting this month, all of drchrono’s provider customers – which is over 100,000 – will have access to Physitrack to… Continue Reading

Send Love, Get $250 Back

Send love this Valentine’s day and refer a colleague to drchrono. As a thanks from us, you and your colleague will EACH receive a $250 gift card ($500 value) for a limited time only. Here how: Click here: http://bit.ly/2lMoHzX to recommend drchrono to a colleague. You must be a user of drchrono. Your colleague gets… Continue Reading

New Feature: Adding Supervising Signatures with the Mobile App

Adding Supervising Signatures on the EHR/EMR App On the web EHR, supervising providers have been able to sign off on a rendering provider’s clinical note for some time now. With version 10.0.54 of the EHR/EMR app, this functionality is extended to our mobile app. If you have supervising signatures set up on your account, a… Continue Reading

New Feature: Medical Billing Features Come to iPhone App

Using Your Phone for Medical Billing With the newest version of our EHR/EMR application, the iPhone version of the application gains the same billing functionality that was previously available on the iPad application. The functionality of the billing features of the iPhone app operates in the same way the iPad version operates —  optimized for use… Continue Reading

Your Ultimate EHR Selection Checklist

Does your EHR meet your needs?  Use our EHR Selection Checklist to check out a lineup of features you want for your practice. Download: Whitepaper Checklist Interested in drchrono EHR? Schedule a free demo of our system by calling our sales team at (844) 569-8628 or email sales@drchrono.com.

Enhancement: Appointment Status Automatically Changes After Patient Check In

Check-In App Now Indicates Patient Arrivals in Your Calendar With the release of version 2.3.1 of our Patient Check-In App, a subtle but important change was made. Now, when your patient completes the check-in process with the app, your patient’s appointment status will change to ‘Arrived’ in your calendar for both the web and mobile versions… Continue Reading

New Feature: Find Schedule Openings with Availability Search

Using Availability Search to Quickly Find Free Times Availability Search is a new scheduling tool in the drchrono Practice Management suite. Previously with the drchrono Calendar, you could visually search for available appointment times for a given day — with Availability Search you can do the same thing faster and with more options. After the search, Availability Search… Continue Reading

New Feature: RCM Tasks Manager for Apollo Plus

Keep Payments Coming In For Apollo Plus customers, we manage your claims for you and ensure that you get paid for your work. All that’s needed for you to do is to complete a few basic tasks. With the new RCM Tasks page in the drchrono EHR, you can easily view which tasks need to be completed… Continue Reading

New Feature: EHR/EMR Mobile App Gains Timeline Feature

Viewing a Patient’s Timeline in your Mobile EHR In the drchrono EHR/EMR mobile application, viewing your patient history is about to become easier. In past editions of the EHR/EMR mobile app, the Face Sheet and your patient’s clinical note history were the primary ways of accessing your patient’s history. Now, the Timeline feature has been implemented… Continue Reading

How Will MACRA Impact Physician Compliance in 2017?

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Article by Michael Nusimow, CEO and co-founder of drchrono in Mountain View, CA Up until now, providers and practice groups have been worrying about Meaningful Use and using their own certified EHR technology to avoid payment penalties, earn incentives, and increase practice efficiency. With the release of the final MACRA rule, physicians now have two… Continue Reading