“Just three weeks after its iPad-native EHR made news for gaining ONC-ATCB-certification, drchrono has launched an iOS app to replace paper-based patient check-in,” Mike Miliard reports for Healthcare IT News.
“Company execs say the OnPatient app can be downloaded to the iPad for free and integrated into a medical practice as a standalone application – the patient check-in software also integrates with with the drchrono’s iPad EHR,” Miliard reports. “‘The OnPatient check-in app digitizes the waiting room and eliminates significant barriers to mass adoption of patient check-in technology,’ said Michael Nusimow, co-founder and CEO of drchrono. ‘Proprietary check-in hardware is prohibitively expensive and integration with existing EHR systems is too complex. We designed the OnPatient app to be intuitive for both physicians and patient users to create a better patient check-in experience.'”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Carl H.” for the heads up.]