The drchrono EHR gets a major update to iPad app

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drchrono debuts a new mobile user interface for EHR iPad application MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – October 25th, 2016: The drchrono EHR, known for bringing electronic health records to mobile devices, has just announced a major overhaul to their EHR/EMR mobile application. The new update, version 10.0.46, brings new design elements to improve user experience and accessibility…. Continue Reading


New Features & Enhancements – April 2016

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Happy April! The drchrono team has been working hard on some new features and enhancements to help streamline your office workflow with drchrono. Read the full list below: You can now change an Appointment Time from the iPad EHR App. You have the option to reschedule/edit or delete the appointment without needing to access the… Continue Reading


New Features & Enhancements – March 2016

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Electronic Health Records software enhancements

Here is a list of our latest features and enhancements: Schedule You can now filter documents by type (labs, photos, x-rays, documents) in our iPad EHR application. You can now set the primary provider for a patient when creating a new patient from the iPad. Appointment Recovery: You can now recover appointments which were deleted… Continue Reading



Free EHR and Practice Management for Universities

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Free EHR and Practice Management for Universities Learn from an EHR … free for education! At drchrono we are offering the platform for free to universities for education and learning purposes. Professors, faculty and students can get access to drchrono for free! So if you’re a student training to become a nurse, a resident at a hospital or a student who is thinking about coming… Continue Reading


EMR vs. EHR – What is the Difference?

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Users often ask us if they should implement an EMR (Electronic Medical Record) or an EHR (Electronic Health Record). Do you know the difference? Is there a difference? drchrono is an all purpose EHR, but some people use the terms “electronic medical record” (“EMR”) and “electronic health record” (“EHR”) interchangeably. While it may seem trivial,… Continue Reading


ONC Releases Final EHR Guidelines

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) on Thursday released a new final rule for electronic health records (EHRs), which increases the flexibility of the 2014 edition of certification and adds some criteria initially proposed in the 2015 voluntary EHR certification criteria now abandoned by the ONC. Although it believes that many of the… Continue Reading


ICD-10 Survival Guide, how move from ICD-9 to ICD-10

How move from ICD-9 to ICD-10

Work on ICD-10 began in 1983 and was completed in 1992. The U.S. is now mandating everyone in healthcare moves over October 1, 2014,  22 years later. ICD-10 has been pushed back over and over again within the U.S. The U.S. is behind in moving to ICD-10 as ~25 countries have moved over for reimbursement… Continue Reading


What is the HITECH Act and How Do You Cash In?

It doesn’t take much for a $44,000 incentive to catch one’s eye and fire the imagination about what you’d be able to do with the extra money. Which begs the question: what exactly is the HITECH Act and how can you benefit from it? Here are four things you need to know. The HITECH Act… Continue Reading


Export A CSV File For A Specific List of Patient Demographics

A question I have been getting a lot lately is, “How can I export a list of specific patients and their demographics?” Right now the standard functionality of drchrono is that you can export your entire list of patient demographics but exporting a short list of patients isn’t that obvious.  This functionality is very useful… Continue Reading