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


New Feature: Permissions for Clinical Notes Come to iPad

Setting Permissions for iPad Use In the newest release of the EHR/EMR app, clinical note permissions now carry over to the mobile app. In previous versions, access to the mobile app would allow unrestricted access to all of drchrono’s mobile EHR functions. Now, we’ve expanded two permissions to the iPad: Accessing clinical notes Sign/Locking clinical… Continue Reading


What is Teledermatology?

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With the aging and more demanding population, healthcare provision is bound to undergo drastic changes. Policy makers, insurance companies and health professionals on a national and international scale, address issues on how to keep healthcare accessible for a growing population despite the changes. Telemedicine is a gamechanger for many health professionals, as an emerging field of… Continue Reading


New Feature: Saving Signatures on the EHR/EMR Mobile App

Saving Signatures in the EHR/EMR App Message Center With the newest version of the EHR/EMR App, the message center gains the ability to save your signature for future use. Now instead of signing a document with your finger each time, you can use a saved signature instead.   To use this feature, simply tap on… Continue Reading


New Feature: Introducing the New Template Builder

Upgrades to the Template Builder We’re excited to announce several big improvements that have come to the template builder. This newest update of the template builder introduces many features our customers have asked for as well as a few subtler changes such as a overhaul of our back-end infrastructure, resulting in a faster and more… Continue Reading


New Feature: Auto Copy CPT Codes

Automatically Carry Over Your CPT Codes For practices that have appointments with frequent repeats of a certain type of appointment, with the new ‘Auto Copy CPT’ setting, drchrono now gives you the option to have your CPT codes automatically carry over from appointment to appointment. With this new setting, each time a new appointment is… Continue Reading


New Feature: Template Preview Comes to EHR/EMR App

Viewing Individual Sections of Your Clinical Note With the newest update of the drchrono EHR/EMR mobile app, you can now view each section of your clinical templates while charting. Instead of simply viewing the clinical note after you finish charting, you can now select ‘Preview Section’ to view what text was automatically generated when you filled… Continue Reading


Send Love, Get $250 Back

Send love this Valentine’s day and refer a colleague to drchrono. As a thanks from us, you and your colleague will EACH receive a $250 gift card ($500 value) for a limited time only. Here how: Click here: http://bit.ly/2lMoHzX to recommend drchrono to a colleague. You must be a user of drchrono. Your colleague gets… Continue Reading


New Feature: Adding Supervising Signatures with the Mobile App

Adding Supervising Signatures on the EHR/EMR App On the web EHR, supervising providers have been able to sign off on a rendering provider’s clinical note for some time now. With version 10.0.54 of the EHR/EMR app, this functionality is extended to our mobile app. If you have supervising signatures set up on your account, a… Continue Reading