New Feature: EHR mobile app gets OB calculator

An OB Wheel for your mobile EHR For all specialties that work with pregnancy terms, a new tool is coming to help you easily calculate pregnancy-related dates. The OB calculator, accessible while charting, is designed to fully replace your conventional OB wheel, along with a few added functions. Fill out dates as you go and the… Continue Reading


How to Choose the Right Practice Management Platform

How to Choose a Practice Management System Your practice can only run as well as your practice management system does. If you want your practice to run smoothly, manage patients, schedules, information, billing – you need to find a system that works efficiently and for your unique practice needs. All good patient management systems have… Continue Reading


Enhancement: Improvements to onpatient Payment Reporting

New Layout, New Functionality As of this week, the onpatient Payments feature has been completely reworked with a brand new design. Our previous onpatient Payments page had limited functionality and showed only the most recent ten payments (click here to see the old version). With this update, two tabs are available: ‘Payments’ and ‘Deposits’. While a payment describes… Continue Reading


New Feature: Automatically changing billing status after charting

Lock a note to automatically change billing status A new setting has arrived in drchrono that adds automation to your practice’s workflow. This setting provides you the option to have your notes automatically transition to a billing status of your choice. The options you can choose from are: No status Ready to Bill: for a biller… Continue Reading


Talk Like a Medical Biller

If you’ve clicked the link to read this blog post, you probably want some clarification on medical billing terms. You’re not alone. Unless you deal with medical billing on a daily basis or have some experience in medical billing, you probably haven’t had much exposure to these medical terms. Consequently, I’ve decided to break some of these… Continue Reading


Why Relationships & Culture are Essential for a Successful Growing Practice

When patients or individuals think of a medical practice’s success factors, few realize that like any other workplace, effective medical practices also need a strong culture and developed relationships between employees. Medical practices don’t just work efficiently with some great doctors and well-trained staff. Practice culture and relationships have major impact on management in medical practices,… Continue Reading


Customize The Workflow of Your drchrono Check-In Templates!

After numerous requests, we have finally made templates customizable on our drchrono Check-In App. You can now reorder the sections your patients fill out while onboarding them with our Check-In App, as well as remove any sections you do not want visible to your patients. To customize the workflow of your templates, simply log into… Continue Reading


Can EHRs actually save time for medical practices?

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) have a bad reputation. With emerging complaints about the many hours spent on EHRs from healthcare providers, one may question whether electronic health records might not be the solution that was promised to guarantee higher productivity and better patient care.  If EHRs don’t save care providers time and improve profitability, you… Continue Reading


How can drchrono EHR/EMR help Teledermatology?

As stated in my previous article, teledermatology and telemedicine is an emerging field with a lot of potential. But how can teledermatology work with drchrono EHR? There is no doubt that iPads are already very popular with physicians, who use them for a number of reasons ranging from viewing medical images to entering notes in… Continue Reading


Value-Based Care vs. Fee-for-Service

Fee-for-service (FFS) is a payment model where medical services are unbundled and paid for separately. This payment model incentivizes physicians to provide more treatments or services because payment is dependent on how many procedures, treatments, or services are provided. As a result, physicians and medical practices may overlook quality of care for higher profits. Currently,… Continue Reading