Apple iPhone Event on Sept 9

iPhone 6 Update Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones, up 12.7% from a year earlier … now time for a new iPhone! iPhone 6. Re/code reported Apple will launch its next-generation iPhone 6 at an event on Tuesday, September 9. The Wall Street Journal has confirmed Re/code’s report as well as Bloomberg for Sept 9, for iPhone… Continue Reading


Save Time with Medical Macro’s on iPad EHR

There is an art to saving time in your medical practice. Part of that art is finding out what tools there are for saving time. For sure hands down Mac macro’s, iPad macro’s and iPhone macro’s are some of the best ways to save time from typing. Within the drchrono platform there is something called… Continue Reading


Apple will livestream WWDC 2014

WWDC – 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern next Monday Apple updated its website today, Tuesday to reveal that the “exciting announcements” made at WWDC 2014 will be available to watch live, as it happens. For everyone using drchrono and Apple products, what this means is the Apple team will be talking about all of… Continue Reading


iPad Mic & Medical Speech to Text

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A few of doctors and practitioners asked me recently, Where is the mic on my iPad? I want medical speech to text to be as accurate as it can be. Let me just start off saying the mic in the medical field is a critical tool in a physicians tool box. Recording video, audio, talking… Continue Reading



Apple 5s Bio Metric Healthcare Credentialing

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Healthcare Credentialing Possible with the iPhone 5s? Now that the new iPhone 5s is out, I can tell you there is something that makes it truly unique, it is the bio-metric login and credentialing ring on the new phone. Apple iPhone 5c, Why is this a game changer? Simple, you don’t have to type a… Continue Reading


Notice Regarding: iPad 1

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Hello Doctors! I wanted to give you an important update regarding the first generation iPad (iPad 1.)  As of now, we will no longer be supporting iOS 5 devices (i.e. iPad 1.)  The amount of users who are still using an iPad 1 have become marginal, as Apple has been releasing iPads that are more efficient and… Continue Reading


iPad Mini EMR in Healthcare, Fits into a Lab Coat Pocket

Today on October 23rd the iPad Mini was officially announced. It will be released on November 3rd. The iPad Mini is 7.9” and will fit in a lab coat pocket! And the big question is will it be able to run our iPad EHR and our patient check in iPad app onpatient. The answer is… Continue Reading


Guided Access for OnPatient!

With the new iOS update comes an additional security feature that helps keep your patient info more secure. Guided Access can lock the iPad into a single app, so the user cannot get into anything else on the iPad. It restricts the user to one app by locking the home button and controlling which areas… Continue Reading


Update: New OnPatient App in the Apple App Store!

We’re pleased to announce a new OnPatient app to complement our EHR! Please download the latest version of OnPatient and start using all the great new features! The app was designed with the retina display in mind, so the it looks extra sharp on the new iPad! The Onboarding process allows you to collect all… Continue Reading