May 14, 2013
The leader in cloud storage. The leader in EHR innovation. Together in the palm of your hand. Our newest partnership with Box allows doctors and clinical staff to securely store, share and collaborate on patient’s medical records, lab reports and images. drchrono users can extract a patient summary from the drchrono medical record application and securely share it with the patient using a Box folder thereby meeting the Meaningful Use Stage 1 and Stage 2 […]
March 20, 2012
Many companies are built to flip or plan on building out a limited scope product. This is not how drchrono is structured. Our plan is to build out an amazing company and culture. Our plans are lofty, scary, broad and will take time. We put up posters in the offices talking about how this is only the beginning of what we are doing. The drchrono team was assembled from all around the country and we […]
September 11, 2011
The US is starting to support healthcare entrepreneurs. Aneesh Chopra, the first CTO if the United States recently went to Stanford University to talk about how entrepreneurs will change healthcare. This talk hit home, as the drchrono team is doing just that, focusing through technology to make a positive impact in healthcare. This recording was from the Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders series, an amazing entrepreneur resource. If you are interested in Healthcare and some thoughts from […]
March 9, 2010
On March 5th 2010, Michael and I had the honor of presenting about drchrono at the VCIC Venture Capital Investment Competition in the Northeast Region held at NYU Stern’s Berkley Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. The event was a success and was great fun. I highly recommend to any entrepreneur to enroll and if you get into the event, go! You will learn how Venture Capital firms might negotiate via a term sheet. There were a […]
November 6, 2009
One essential part of Dr. Chrono is seeing new technologies and talking to companies to generate new ideas and partnerships. Michael and I go to the NY Tech Meetup’s to learn, grow and understand how we can apply new ideas in the health industry. Nate Westheimer is the organizer of NY Tech Meetup. Check out Nates blog, I highly recommend it. The NY Tech meetup is by far the largest meetup around, I am amazed […]
September 1, 2009
Some great information into the people starting new businesses: http://plus.cnbc.com/rssvideosearch/action/player/id/1233284529/code/cnbcplayershare Daniel Kivatinos Daniel is co-founder and COO of drchrono. Daniel is a designer, software engineer and entrepreneur living in Silicon Valley. More articles from Daniel can be found here.
August 21, 2009
Setting up a new dental practice is one of the most challenging business endeavors anyone can undertake. Here are some free resources where a new (or existing) dentist can register their dental practice so it can be found by customers searching locally. These sites are also a great place to have your existing patient base go and give you positive reviews. These are the top 3 sites you should register your practice info with to […]
May 30, 2009
An interesting talk from Carl Schramm: Daniel Kivatinos Daniel is co-founder and COO of drchrono. Daniel is a designer, software engineer and entrepreneur living in Silicon Valley. More articles from Daniel can be found here.
May 28, 2009
A great video on the Diggs co-founder Kevin Rose, a look into a successful startup company: Daniel Kivatinos Daniel is co-founder and COO of drchrono. Daniel is a designer, software engineer and entrepreneur living in Silicon Valley. More articles from Daniel can be found here.
May 21, 2009
In his commencement address to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign last Sunday, Kauffman Foundation President and CEO Carl Schramm told students, “We need an army of the smartest, most passionate young people to try their hand at building a business-people who will take their heads and their hearts into the market, founding companies that will bring forth new products and services that will help humankind.” http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f8/1564494258 Daniel Kivatinos Daniel is co-founder and COO […]
There are a number of exceptional apps out this year, 2015 for iOS ( iPhone and iPad ) health and fitness. Below is a list of a few of my personal favorite apps that I think are unique and great to try. Meditation & Yoga Apps There are two great meditation apps out, Headspace and Smiling Mind. Smiling Mind and Headspace both have iPhone apps and websites that a patient can access. Both of these apps […]
“drchrono – Physicians who use the iOS app can already pull up a patient’s medical information and use an iPad to send the bill. The Apple Watch app helps medical professionals see chat messages from their clinic colleagues reminding them to wrap up their visit and see their schedule without it looking like they are ignoring the patient and playing with their phone. They can also use the app to respond privately to patient text […]
“With close to 70,000 physicians and more than 4 million patients registered on the drchrono platform, he said, both groups are poised to enjoy the benefits of this unique way of interaction. “This is a completely new experience,” he said. “For the first time, doctors are going to have information given to them with their hands free: A doctor could be administering a shot, picking up a child, moving an elderly person – looking at […]
Michael Nusimow, the CEO & founder at Drchrono, was a recent guest on the TechnologyAdvice Expert Interview Series to share his insight on their leading EHR iPad app. The series, which is hosted by TechnologyAdvice’s Clark Buckner, explores a variety of business and technology landscapes through conversations with industry leaders. Nusimow joined Buckner to discuss what makes Drchrono stand out from the competition, the importance of protecting the patient-to-provider relationship, and the company’s unique approach […]
“With drchrono’s Apple Watch app, doctors can receive relevant and important information, such as when a patient arrives at the office. The app can also provide them with the patient’s vital statistics and pictures.” The original article can be read at PC World.