iPhone X, Face ID and EHR

 
We are proud to announce, not only is drchrono on iPhone X, but Monday, November 5 marked the day that the first ever Face ID electronic health record login was made on iPhone X at the chronoplex. For the first time ever a medical professional can log in to their electronic health records app by simply launching the drchrono iPhone EHR app, looking at iPhone X, Face ID works with face recognition to grant the physician access to the medical record without having to type a username and password or pincode.
 
drchrono was the first EHR to leverage Touch ID, now Face ID. We announced the first login to the medical record on CNBC last week.
 
The very first iPhone felt like the future when Steve Jobs launched it. It is about 10 years later and it feels that same way. iPhone X is a Paramount release. iPhone X is smaller in the hand than the largest iPhone, yet the screen is bigger.
 
 
Back in 2007 when that very first iPhone came out I was excited, as Jobs said it himself “the internet in my pocket, a widescreen iPod and revolutionary mobile phone all in one device”, and now it is so much more than that. Between Face ID, the amazing camera and everything else within it, the new iPhone X is groundbreaking, providers simply have to raise their hand with iPhone X to log in to their EHR.
 
This is a video of drchrono on iPhone X with Face ID in action.

 
The full spec list can be found at Apple.com, but this is a short list of some features worth mentioning:
  • 256 GB or 64GB
  • 12 megapixel wide and telephoto lenses (f1.8 and f2.4 aperture), great for taking medical record photos (*)
  • 4k video at 24, 30 or 60 FPS, great for taking medical video, great for taking medical record video (*)
  • 1080 HD video at 30, 60, 120 or 240 FPS (*)
  • 7-megapixel true-depth front-facing camera (f2.2), including facial recognition, Face ID! (*)
  • Image stabilization
  • Battery charge lasting 2 hours longer than previous models
  • Portrait & portrait lighting modes in both cameras (front + back)
  • 5.8 inch OLED Super Retina display 2436 x 1125 resolution at 458 ppi, 625cd/m2 brightness, and 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, great for viewing medical images
  • Wireless charging
  • A11 chip
* if you use the drchrono iPhone EHR app, this uploads right into the medical record.
 
 Daniel KivatinosArticle 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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