Clinical Medical Records iFrame API

Clinical EHR Medical Records iFrame API


Janet Wager from Programmable Web wrote a great article talking about the launch of our Clinical EHR Medical Records iFrame API.

To give you a bit more light on how the “Clinical iFrame API” works I listed a bunch of examples right below.

One example, we now can place box.com‘s new DICOM viewer right into the medical record via an iFrame:

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Also within the physicians inbox, a message can be placed from another developer via an iFrame, leveraging our API, to send a message from another app, below is an example again with box –

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And lastly a developer can now place an iFrame within the clinical note/documentation section, so while a physician is at the point of care with a patient, the doctor enter data the normal way using drchrono, but now also has the option to use another developer’s note taking tools. Below is an example from AgileMD ( https://www.agilemd.com/ ), AgileMD is the first partner to leverage this technology.

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Here is a great video showing off what the AgileMD team has done, it really explains things well-

A great email about the new AgileMD integration

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This is a quick explanation on how a developer can leverage our API and iFrames within drchrono

We are now getting around 4+ million API calls per month and this is growing fast. We have around 700 developers who have signed up to build on drchrono. The latest API documentation can be found here with the iFrame documentation – https://www.drchrono.com/api/

Daniel Kivatinos Article by Daniel Kivatinos, COO and cofounder, drchrono

Daniel drives direction, brand vision, and business strategy for drchrono. Daniel’s focus has been in the technology space since 2001, as a software engineer and entrepreneur. Daniel holds an M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Computer Science & Psychology from Stony Brook University.

~ Life is short, build stuff that matters.

 

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