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.
Here are this month’s enhancements and new features. Scheduling Custom Vitals: you can now create custom vitals which enable you to create vital fields unique to your practice and specialization in addition to the standard health measures such as blood pressure, temperature and pulse. Billing Upload ERA: if the insurance is not contracted with one of our clearing houses, you will have the option download ERAs from their portal. You can upload these ERAs into […]
What is customer effort? To me, customer effort is the measure of how difficult it is for customers to obtain the information they need in order to be successful with a company or a specific product. Have you ever done business with a company that does not value customer effort? I have and it was the most frustrating, belittling experience yet. This said company is a subscription box service that provides monthly coffee samples. Now, […]
We’re pleased to announce a new partnership with NextPatient. NextPatient’s free tools integrate with drchrono through the API and allow doctors to show their wait times and open appointments right on the front page of their websites. This is perfect for Urgent Care Clinics. The team is willing to put the times right on your website for free! This is an example of what they can put on your site: NextPatient was recently in this […]
Janet Wager from Programmable Web wrote a great article talking about the launch of our Clinical EHR Medical Records iFrame API. To give you a bit more light on how the “Clinical iFrame API” works I listed a bunch of examples right below. One example, we now can place box.com‘s new DICOM viewer right into the medical record via an iFrame: Also within the physicians inbox, a message can be placed from another developer via an […]
Clinical Smart Fields: In your templates, you can transform a switch field as a smart field by checking “smart field” and you can link all relevant fields to the “smart field” by selecting it as the parent field. This will enable you to show or hide the relevant fields by turning the parent field on or off. Two Column Text Fields: In your templates, you can set a free text field as a “two column field” which […]
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