September ’14 Newsletter, Issue #2: Check Your Pulse
Posted On September 24, 2014
SEPTEMBER 2014, ISSUE 2
Welcome to the second issue of drchronoPULSE: your insiders guide to our latest product enhancements, most useful user resources, and the latest happenings at drchrono. Take a read, and feel free to share drchronoPULSE with your colleagues. Sincerely, Craig & TasneemCraig Silverman, VP, Sales | Tasneem Manjra, Sr. Director, Marketing
Team Spotlight: Britni Lynch, Account Manager
Role: Ensuring new customer success via training, upgrades, and work-flow development.
Education: Bachelors of Science with a double major in Nutrition and Health Sciences
Hobbies: Hiking, Painting, Knitting, Yoga and Fishing
Favorite drchrono Feature: Speech-to-Text because it lets a busy physician, with any speaking style or accent, quickly dictate clinical notes.
Refer a Colleague to Win an iPhone 6
Our colleague referral program has been a hit. We have been beyond pleased to see so many of our clients refer their friends and colleagues to drchrono. We’re upping the ante: every time you refer a colleague to drchrono, between now and November 1st, you will be entered into a contest to win the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus (your choice).The best part? Every referral is an entry!
Feature of the Month: Doctor View
Our development team recently added a new feature to improve scheduling called Doctor View. Our West Coast sales lead, Marjon Rachel Nik-khah demonstrates the feature here.
Providers can now set a patient’s default pharmacy through the patient demographics page. Providers can also group two or more of their favorite prescriptions to prescribe to a patient in a single click through a feature called “RxProfiles.” Don’t have this feature? Contact us.
• Watch drchrono CEO share the stage with Box CEO Aaron Levie at Boxworks 2014.
• drchrono will hold its first drchronoTALKS, a series of events featuring thought leaders and entrepeneurs in medicine, health & tech, at it’s Mountain View headquarters on October 16th. Our first guest is the co-inventor of the coronary stent, Dr. Richard Schatz. Register here.
• drchrono’s Josh Hughes will discuss all things Meaningful Use Stage 1 in a webinar on September 25th. Register here.
LATEST API UPDATES
drchrono’s API has seen some significant updates in the past few months, none more powerful than our latest one. With the addition of almost 20 new fields, including billing fields. Developers can access a wealth of information to build innovative applications while leveraging the drchrono platform. To learn more about the API’s capabilities, click here.
Earn a $100 VISA gift card and get entered into our iPhone 6/6+ contest when you refer a colleague and they become a paid user. Get started here.
Attention Asceplius and Prometheus users, upgrade to an annual-pay Hippocrates or Apollo account by October 31st and receive a free iPad mini. Email our team to get started.
ADVICE & HUMOR
Dr T,I love your software, but the camera feature in your platform is ruining all of the efficiencies I have gained to date.We give them the drchrono Check-In app to input their demographics and they end up sitting in the waiting room taking selfies! I even caught my office manager joining them…I didn’t chastise him because the picture actually looked pretty good, but that’s beside the point.I’m the doctor; I shouldn’t be the one waiting for patients in the exam room. How do I kindly tell my patients to stop this selfie madness? Also, what do you think about adding filters to pictures taken in drchrono (a la Instagram)?
– Marginally Photogenic Doctor
Dear Marginally Photogenic,First, stop, look at yourself in the mirror and repeat “this is not my fault.” Our app was intended to make checking-in fun and easy, but we never anticipated patients would find the camera feature so appealing. This was our mistake; in a world of Instagram and Facebook, we should have known that the waiting room would have turned into a haven for selfies…Onwards and upwards…while we can’t remove the camera feature (it is a critical tool for many of our physicians), we can advise you to use “un-friendly” lighting in your waiting room. Remember, fluorescent or extremely dim lighting never did anyone any favors…Best,Dr T
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