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June 2019 Product Newsletter

Check out our latest product releases and updates for June including our sharing to OnPatient, RxBC, and more. Send to OnPatient Send to OnPatient, allows you to share notes and visit summaries immediately after signing and locking a note. Patients will get a notification when the documents are sent,...

New Feature: Attach Lab Orders on Clinical Notes

New Updates to Enhance Your EHR Experience drchrono has added the capability to include labs within a clinical note. If a provider adds a lab order through the plan section or patient demographics, the lab order will now populate. Instead of having to manage your lab orders and clinical notes separately,...

Essential EHR Features for Modern Urgent Care Centers

The Ultimate Urgent Care EHR Checklist: Essential EHR Features for Modern Urgent Care Centers See drchrono in Action Schedule a Demo   Selecting the right EHR for your urgent care clinic is a serious decision. EHR impacts every aspect of your urgent care practice from scheduling to clinical notes...

Manual Entries of Labs

drchrono currently has bi-directional capabilities with Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp. drchrono also provides uni-directional capabilities with Diagnostic Laboratory Services but we also now have manual lab entries for the lab orders and results from lab companies that are not connected to drchrono as of yet. You can go to...

New Feature: Third Party Lab Integration!

We can now accept third party lab results through fax, directly to the message center. Please let us know your lab name, and we can set up a personal line for your lab! Once the fax line is purchased, the doctor can give the fax number to that lab....

All Over the Map: Patient Access to Clinical Lab Information

Last September, the Department of Health and Human Services introduced an amendment to the CLIA Program and HIPAA Privacy Rule: Patients’ Access to Test Reports. The rule proposes that patients have unfettered access to clinical lab test reports upon request. While hospitals, clinical labs, and clinicians say they support...