Jan. 27, 2016
drchrono is launching an iPhone EHR with full clinical documentation. Previously, drchrono allowed a physician to take all of their paper medical forms and put them onto iPad and web, to do rounds and document patient information. With full clinical documentation, a physician can now see patients with an iPhone and do his/her rounds. This is especially useful for times when physicians only have their phone with them, but want to quickly document a patient encounter.
A physician generally has a number of clinical forms that they use to document; all of these can be loaded onto iPad, web and now iPhone. drchrono allows this transition, or hand-off, if a physician wants to go from one device to another.
“This is a major step forward for the mobile EHR industry. As more and more form factors come out, like the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Pro, we are rethinking and redefining our technology so we can be on all of these devices,” says Michael Nusimow, CEO and cofounder, of drchrono. “With drchrono’s EHR, wherever a physician is, whatever device they are on, they can get access to a patient’s medical record and do documentation.”
Using drchrono, physicians can now submit full documentation to a billing team or to an insurance company from an iPhone. For those physicians on an iPhone 6 Plus, they can also take advantage of both horizontal view and vertical view.
The new iPhone EHR is available on the free Meaningful Use-certified EHR from drchrono and all paid plans.
For more information, visit http://www.drchrono.com or call (844) 569-8628.