June 13, 2014
Google’s face-computer may be coming soon to a doctor’s office near you Doctors, nurses and other medical professionals are about to get a new tool in the medicine bags: Google Glass. Drchrono, a digital health startup, claims to have created the first “wearable heath record” that can be accessed through Google’s futuristic face-computer. Doctors can use the app to store patients’ records as well as record medical visits and even procedures via Glass’ camera for consulting […]
April 16, 2014
You can enroll to submit medical claims and bill health insurance companies electronically within the drchrono platform via the electronic data interchange enrollment ( EDI ). In doing this you can submit claims electronically to any insurance company to get paid. Want to know more about EDI? Electronic data interchange ( EDI ) is an electronic communication system that provides standards for exchanging data via any electronic means. By adhering to the same standard, two […]
March 7, 2014
Communication in hospitals can be a matter of life and death, yet many hospitals still use paper forms and outdated technologies to gather data and connect healthcare professionals. A new class of mobile technologies coupled with networked communication platforms are helping to reverse this trend by breaking down the silos that exist within the healthcare system, ensuring the free flow of patient records, diagnoses and other vital information between relevant members of staff. This trend […]
February 18, 2014
Steve Jobs famously said that “laptops are like trucks. They’re going to be used by fewer and fewer people. This transition is going to make people uneasy.” Will this be true in healthcare? The evolution has been quick: We’ve gone from mainframes to mini computers to desktops and servers seemingly in the blink of an eye. Now we’re using laptops, tablets and smartphones – or traveling with just a tablet and smartphone. Mobile is the most under-hyped trend […]
January 31, 2014
Entrepreneur Daniel Kivatinos praises the health ITaccelerator/incubator movement. Innovations in the healthcare IT investment world today are nothing short of “sort of a new Renaissance,” helping firms like his get established and grow, he says. Kivatinos and his five-person company have reason to praise the incubator movement. Incubators have been very, very good to him. Indeed, his positive experiences could serve as an encouraging road map for other healthcare IT providers wondering if incubators can help […]
December 11, 2013
Above: DrChrono’s founders Michael Nusimow and Daniel Kivatinos Health care is a massive market opportunity for any developer — and yet, only about 1.3 percent of the application programming interfaces (APIs) on ProgrammableWeb are associated with clinical services. In Mountain View. Calif, a company called DrChrono announced today that it has opened up its API so developers can take advantage of its massive network of 53,000 physicians and 2.6 million patients and build new health applications. The company will vet the best […]
September 19, 2013
drchrono Inc., the creator of a free Electronic Medical Record (EMR) platform on the iPad, iPhone and cloud, recently releases its new application for iOS7. This is the first mobile EHR to support Apple’s new iOS7 operating system. drchrono’s free mobile EHR app allows doctors to connect with patients and run their practice, which includes sharing medical records, electronic prescribing, medical billing, and patient management, all from the iPad. It will now support the iOS7 […]
September 18, 2013
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December 15, 2012
We’ve made it easier to get into your patients’ dashboard! Search now appears on every page, in the upper right. Searching for a patient here will bring you directly into your patients’ demographics, lab ordering, and medical history. We hope this makes your day easier! Let us know if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org!
October 22, 2012
You can now select to view by Exam Room as well as Office in the Live Claims Feed! You can also select the entire Office at once! Check it out and let us know what you think!
“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.
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 […]