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 5, 2013
Our CDS Rules feature is one of our most helpful features for doctors when it comes to assisting them with their Meaningful Use requirements, as well as automating reminders for their patient’s health. Please check out our newest video featuring our CDS Rules and how you can use these rules as reminders on best practices. Still have questions? Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
February 28, 2013
Have you recently been on your drchrono dashboard and wondered what ‘Flags’ are? Well look no further! I have the answer for you right here: flags are a really cool feature with both our drchrono website and our iPad EHR. It’s a useful tool so that you can be immediately notified with important information about your patients for every visit. Do they have any medication allergies? Are they afraid of needles? All of these can […]
September 4, 2010
When a claim is in “Process Payer” or “Payer Ack” there is a button to add a manual EOB with payment info and even line item deductions for the claim. Line item deductions tell you how much each code was paid out on.
Apple Watch is officially out and people are starting to get them! I recommend after getting your Apple Watch to watch the training below, it will give you an good idea on how to use Apple Watch and some of its features. Apple Watch is a must get for physicians, it will help save you time and will give you daily insights into your practice. You can now see information very quickly on your wrist, […]
“Ambulatory software vendor drchrono has introduced a mobile app to enable some basic electronic health record information to be displayed on an Apple Watch. The company sells an EHR along with practice management software and outsourced billing services. Clinicians are the target audience for the app and functions include a snapshot of the schedule, short messages such as reminders sent by staff members, messaging with patients, and viewing refill requests and lab results.” The original […]
“Developers Work To Create Apps Mobile application developers anticipate the smartwatch will be popular among consumers and have created health-related apps to use on the devices. According to MobiHealthNews, the Apple AppStore contains 264 health and fitness-related Apple Watch apps, including: 13 related to medication adherence; 13 related to tracking fertility or pregnancy; and 12 related to tracking hydration (Comstock, MobiHealthNews, 4/27). In addition, some apps will be geared toward health care providers, such as […]
“Some app developers hope that doctors will flock to buy the Apple Watch to help them manage an overload of patient information. “Doctors are finally getting amazing hardware that just works, and they’re willing to pay a premium for it,” said Daniel Kivatinos, cofounder of Drchrono, an electronic medical record company. Using Drchrono’s app for the watch, a doctor can receive alerts, such as when a patient has arrived at their office.” The original article […]
“Wearable electronic health records are knocking on doctors’ doors too. Drchrono, for instance, has made patient-facing and provider-facing Apple Watch apps to complement its iPhone and tablet versions. Using the app, a physician can view a patient’s information, respond to patient messages using quick text and assess a patient’s refill requests as well as lab results without taking out his or her iPhone or iPad.” The original article canbe read on Forbes.