drchrono Adds Mayo Clinic Content to the iPad EHR

Y-Combinator incubated company DrChrono, the EHR company currently focused exclusively on iPad- and iPhone-toting providers, has added digitized patient education content in an exclusive licensing deal with the Mayo Clinic to help its DrChrono customers fulfill the patient education component of meaningful use. DrChrono CEO and Co-Founder Michael Nusimow told MobiHealthNews during a recent interview… Continue Reading


drchrono Offers OnPatient as an Option to Replace Google Health

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Google’s decision to discontinue Google Health will go into effect January 1st, 2013, permanently removing access for all existing Google Health users. drchrono, the company providing Free Electronic Health Records to physicians on the iPad, has created a seamless replacement for Google Health.  “We’re committed to the idea of giving patients control of their health… Continue Reading


Interview / iPad EHR demo video during Health 2.0

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At the health 2.0 conference we did a live demo for Essinova.com showing off how an iPad EHR works in a physicians office. Great fun! Free iPad for doctors! DrChrono co-founders Daniel Kivatinos and Michael Nusimow show off their slick iPad App to me and Essinova audience. By the way, as you can see from… Continue Reading



Health IT As a Game Changer

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There’s a specialty in medicine where health IT has already revolutionized their practice.  In this specialty, successful, profitable software companies sell generally appreciated products that increase practice revenue and shorten their workdays.  What’s the specialty?  Radiology. I’ve worked with a couple of PACS (picture archive and communications systems) and RIS (radiology information systems) vendors and… Continue Reading





iPad EMR ePrescribing now available.

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Doctors can prescribe drugs on an iPad! Patients can pick them up from any pharmacy. No paper involved. Right now doctors are writing prescriptions on paper. This isn’t ideal. Paper gets lost, pharmacies might miss read hand writing and there are times when doctors aren’t aware of all of the drugs a patient is on,… Continue Reading


Meaningful Use Waves Overview from NIST

The NIST or National Institute of Standards and Technology has waves that need to be followed for meaningful use, these waves can be found here: Below is a layout of these waves as well of what is required from NIST to meet meaningful use. Our focus is to reach all meaningful use criteria on our… Continue Reading