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.
Below is a list of our newest features and enhancements. Report When exporting a patient list via our advanced report, you can choose whether to include information such as a patient’s emergency contact name and phone number. Billing Our system is updated with the newest CPT and ICD-10 codes, including those added this year, and can be accessed via our code search. You will now be able to view diagnostic code, pointers and modifier information […]
drchrono’s COO, Daniel Kivatinos, writes an article for HIT consultant which delves in healthcare technology. He highlights how doctor-patient experience is greatly changing as technology becomes more internet dependent. One now has the ability to access and review their health data, save their data to the cloud, and message a provider via their smartphone or tablet. The original article can be read here. Here are some slides showing off a bit more about the internet […]
Some may say that Google Glass’s future could be bleak, but the eyewear has a future in health care information technology with it’s support of wearable health apps, specifically electronic health records (EHR). Companies including drchrono and iPatientCare have developed their EHR apps for Google Glass to allow doctors to recite data into their electronic health records and view patient’s records at the corner of their eye. The original article can be read here.
Below is a list of our newest features and enhancements: Scheduling When a patient makes a payment via check, this payment type will be reflected on the printed receipt. Reports In the advanced report, a provider can now export an appointment’s exam room information into a spreadsheet. Billing A provider can now export their patient statement list into a spreadsheet (CSV). Our system will show you which insurance a claim was crossed over for […]
A developer reached out to ask a few questions about our healthcare API, this is the email – Daniel, Thank you for personally working on granting me access to drChrono API. Here are a few observations 1. The inclusion of the YouTube Video and the steps are a great help. 2. It appears that there are only 2 apps (AppVisit and BetterDoctor) are using the API. Its not clear how many apps actually use […]