iPad EHR Presented at Health 2.0 Conference


Every year the drchrono team has presented at the health 2.0 conference. This year I was able to show off some of our cool new ideas just implemented.

  • FreeDraw, drawing on images
  • Macro buttons, adding new keys to the iPad keyboard
  • Fast medical template input

We would just like to thank the health 2.0 team for always supporting us and our view in changing healthcare through technology.

2 thoughts on “iPad EHR Presented at Health 2.0 Conference

  1. Nice post. Seem true on most antouccs but I also think thattoday medical practitioners are looking to avail of this federal incentive by trying to comply with the definition of meaningful use but at the same time EHR providers are looking at their own set of profits.This misunderstanding is mostly I believe as a result of wrong interpretation of the federal guidelines. The EHR providers need to look at these guidelines from the prospective of the practitioners who deal with different specialties.Each specialty EHR has its own set of challenges or requirements which I believe is overlooked by in most EHR vendors in a effort to merely follows federal guidelines. This is resulting in low usability to the practitioners, thus less ROI, finally redundancy of the EHR solution in place.I think ROI is very important factor that should be duly considered when look achieve a ‘meaning use’ out of a EHR solution. Though one may get vendors providing ‘meaning use’ at a lower cost, their ROI / savings through the use of their EHR might be pretty low when compared to costlier initial investment. Found a pretty useful that is pretty customizable and easy to use. It also antouccs for the different specialty EHR’s too.Some of the other useful resources on this topic:Also the introduction of REC’s through the is a great way to avail of quality EHR solutions at competitive prices. The stiff competition among not only these REC’s but also among EHR vendors ( to become a preferred vendor of a given REC) will result in lot of positives to medical practioners.Looking the funding provided to the REC’s, the also promises to be an unbiased way of allocating funds. It will also help in the concept of REC’s helping out each with their own unique business models. It can be one of the possible answers to the as discussed by many critics.

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