August 8, 2012
Check out our updated OnPatient and EHR app for Android! The newest app updates feature our latest API and are faster than ever! The new OnPatient app for Android! Try it out and let us know what you think; we always welcome suggestions!
December 24, 2011
Today we released the Amazon Kindle Fire EHR patient check-in app. We are the first healthcare platform to ever venture into using a Kindle Fire in a medical setting. You can download this version of the Kindle Fire app here. A high level video of the Kindle Fire in action – Our goal? To focus on the ever growing innovative tech market, the tablet market is part of our future, physicians should have mobile options […]
February 4, 2011
This is a great video on the future of Android, we can see some of the direction that we can take this with healthcare and tablet computing. Good stuff! Ever hear of google body? Check it out about 15 minutes into the video.
February 3, 2011
View your drchrono EHR platform schedule in a HIPAA compliant way though Android! Download the drchrono Android app here. The Samsung Galaxy is used in this demo.
An electronic medical record is a digital version of a patient’s paper chart. It encompasses the medical and treatment history of the patient in one provider’s office. Specifically, it can contain patient contact information, vitals, prescriptions, allergies, past medical history and more. In some cases, an EMR is also known as Electronic Health Record (EHR). The introduction of electronic medical records was designed to increase the efficiency and reduce documentation errors by streamlining the office […]
Physician Single Sign-On In the United States, there are trillions of medical records transfers annually in diverse data formats from HL7, Direct Messaging, Blue Button, DiX12, NCPDP, CCD, CCDR and the list goes on. We are focusing on building a modern infrastructure for healthcare. There are also thousands of developers, companies and startups creating hardware focused on healthcare IoTs and software for medical practices. Today I wanted to focus on one topic, the single sign-on. Developers can leverage our […]
“After months of speculation and hype, the Apple Watch has finally arrived. What are some first impressions? How does it compare with other watches, bands and wearables? How will it impact the digital health landscape? (By the way, if you are reading this review for information on how to deliver your one-way banner ads brand messages via Apple Watch, you’re already missing the point.)” The rest of the article can be read on Medical Marketing & Media.
“So the Apple Watch is the cool new toy that everyone wants to have. And that’s why the Mayo Clinic, WebMD, drchrono and a host of other healthcare entities are using it. It’s a popular new form factor. But beyond the early adopters and those who can afford to shell out that much money for a smartwatch, will it catch on with the public to the point that it can be used as an effective […]
“QueueDr is an application that automatically fills canceled appointments in less than a minute without any action required by physician staff or any downloads by patients. When an office cancels an appointment, QueueDr automatically sorts through a list of patients, selecting a very small group from the list. The application then sends a text to each patient to offer the canceled appointment. The first patient to text back gets to take the canceled appointment and […]