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October’14 Newsletter, Issue #3: Check Your Pulse
Posted On October 11, 2014
PULSE OCTOBER 2014, ISSUE 3
We have had an exciting month at drchrono. We optimized our EHR and PHR for iOS8, further, we rolled our our integration with Apple’s HealthKit. This means that patients can now import their wellness data into their Health app and share all of that valuable information, in an easy-to-digest manner, with their doctor…all via onpatient. Please read on to learn more about all that’s happening at drchrono; we hope you enjoy the latest edition of drchronoPulse. Have a very happy Halloween!
Craig Silverman | VP, Sales
Tasneem Manjra | Sr. Director, Marketing
Team Spotlight – Josh Hughes
Role at drchrono – Implementation Specialist. I help customers get started on drchrono.
Education– Kennesaw State University, Coles College of Business
Hometown – Kingsland, Georgia
Hobbies – Fitness, foodism and sci-fi novels
Favorite drchrono Feature – Appointment profiles without a doubt. It helps to remove the risk of human error and also any redundancy in booking appointments.
Colleague Referral Contest
As you may know, we reward our clients with a $100 VISA gift card every time they refer a colleague. We’re upping the ante; every time you refer a colleague to drchrono, between now and November 30th you will be entered into a contest to win your choice of an iPhone 6 or 6+. Every referral is an entry!Refer a colleague
Feature Highlight – Macros
Utilize macros to make clinical note-taking more efficient; click a single button to generate pre-determined notes. Watch this short instructional to learn more about this great feature.
Dear Dr. W. Wolf,I have a new patient, Franken Stein; he visits me frequently for a headache. I’m having a few problems; he gave me his wellness information via your recent OnPatient integration with Apple’s HealthKit. He shared his blood pressure information via the app, but he does not seem to have a pulse. Do you think this might have something to do with iOS8?
– Dr. Mary Shelly, Neurologist
Dear Dr. Shelly,This problem sounds somewhat familiar to me; I don’t think that your operating system is the problem here. I highly recommend running far, far away from Mr. Stein the next time he visits.Concerned,
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