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 ... Continue Reading
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.
This article was written by Daniel Kivatinos and Sohaib Shaikh. It’s the moment that all of you developers have been waiting for as we finally unveil our API. With this API you guys have the opportunity to develop applications that could move health-care from a physician’s office to a patient’s home. You can develop apps to collect patient-reported or continuous monitoring data–a task that has been extremely difficult to do given how highly regulated the ... Continue Reading
One secret that iOS has that is great and can be applied to achieve faster typing is macros. Typing something like “corneal laceration of the left eye” can take a few minutes. You may have only a couple of seconds to achieve it with doing rounds. The Shortcuts feature in iOS 7 is a gift for things like that. Here’s how to make it work for you. Apple start you off with a couple of Shortcuts ... Continue Reading
Healthcare Credentialing Possible with the iPhone 5s? Now that the new iPhone 5s is out, I can tell you there is something that makes it truly unique, it is the bio-metric login and credentialing ring on the new phone. Apple iPhone 5c, Why is this a game changer? Simple, you don’t have to type a pin code into your iPhone to login. Not only that, payments via the iTunes app store will be using the ... Continue Reading
You can use the form builder for other things other then just putting your intake forms and your medical forms onto an iPad. You can also use the form template building technology for – Patient education material Visual exams Patient Education Material If you hand out paper materials to patients you can also have a copy on your iPad to review with them, so if they have questions about the paper material you can review the material ... Continue Reading
Yesterday, Apple officially launched iOS 7 to the world where it was downloaded by millions of users in the first day. Heralded as “the perfect balance of ‘new’ and ‘now’” by Fox News, iOS 7 brings some phenomenal new changes to your iPhone and iPad – going much more than skin deep. And so it is with great pride that we at drchrono are proud to announce the release of our iOS 7-compatible EHR app! When ... Continue Reading