New Feature: Onset Date Entry on the EHR/EMR App

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EHR/EMR App: Adding Onset Date in Appointment Details With this newest release, the drchrono EHR/EMR mobile application gains the ability to enter onset date. If you rely on your mobile device to conduct your appointments, you may enter in the onset date at the same time the condition is diagnosed, treated, or evaluated during the appointment. With… Continue Reading


PRESS | drchrono Launches First Fully Featured iPhone EHR

“drchrono, the mobile EHR on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and web for physicians and their patients, today announced the launch of its fully featured and clinical documentation iPhone EHR. Before today, drchrono only allowed a physician to take all of their paper medical forms and put them onto iPad and web, to do rounds and document patient… Continue Reading


Paper vs Electronic Medical Records

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Have you ever gone to a doctor’s appointment and found yourself detailing your health condition while your doctor scribbles on a piece of paper? What about a doctor’s appointment where you’re detailing your health condition while the doctor types on a computer? Those two different scenarios involve medical records, but with one difference- one type is… Continue Reading


What is an Electronic Medical Record or EMR?

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An electronic medical record is a digital version of a patient’s paper chart. It encompasses the medical and treatment history of the patient in one provider’s office. Specifically, it can contain patient contact information, vitals, prescriptions, allergies, past medical history and more. In some cases, an EMR is also known as Electronic Health Record (EHR)…. Continue Reading


PRESS | mHEALTHNEWS | Is the Apple Watch a Pioneer or Pinata?

“So the Apple Watch is the cool new toy that everyone wants to have. And that’s why the Mayo Clinic, WebMD, drchrono and a host of other healthcare entities are using it. It’s a popular new form factor. But beyond the early adopters and those who can afford to shell out that much money for… Continue Reading


PRESS |iHEALTHBEAT| Experts Question Security Standards of Apple Watch App Developers

“Developers Work To Create Apps Mobile application developers anticipate the smartwatch will be popular among consumers and have created health-related apps to use on the devices. According to MobiHealthNews, the Apple AppStore contains 264 health and fitness-related Apple Watch apps, including: 13 related to medication adherence; 13 related to tracking fertility or pregnancy; and 12… Continue Reading


PRESS | TechCrunch | 22 Best Apps for the Apple Watch

“drchrono – Physicians who use the iOS app can already pull up a patient’s medical information and use an iPad to send the bill. The Apple Watch app helps medical professionals see chat messages from their clinic colleagues reminding them to wrap up their visit and see their schedule without it looking like they are… Continue Reading


PRESS | Healthcare IT News | drchrono Preps EHR, PHR for Apple Watch

“With close to 70,000 physicians and more than 4 million patients registered on the drchrono platform, he said, both groups are poised to enjoy the benefits of this unique way of interaction. “This is a completely new experience,” he said. “For the first time, doctors are going to have information given to them with their… Continue Reading


NYC e-Rx Legislation Deferred

For those of you practicing in the state of New York, you may be relieved to know that legislation has recently been passed to defer for another year (until March 27, 2016) a mandate that all prescriptions issued in the state be transmitted electronically.  drchrono currently supports the ability for Eligible Professionals (EP’s) to submit… Continue Reading


PRESS|MV VOICE| drchrono Helps Small Practices Use iPads

Featured in Mountain View Voice, Angela Hey writes the history of drchrono. Michael Nusimow and Daniel Kivatinos were college friends at SUNY Stony Brook in Long Island. They both chose different paths after graduating, but after multiple annoying healthcare visits, they decided that doctors could perform much more effectively with a web-based system focusing on the… Continue Reading