1) Could you give us a brief description of HealthFusion? Sure, we like to think about HealthFusion as one of the best kept secrets in medical office-based software. We have been around for years – we started as a clearinghouse, and we still do clearinghouse work for small providers and large businesses such as Aetna […]
Tag: iPad EHR
MacPractice Clipboard is an upcoming native iPad app for Macpractice users that streamlines the registration process, saves paper and staff time, and also reduces risk of data-entry errors due to illegible handwriting.
A new report by Manhatten Research states that 56 million US citizens have accessed their medical record through an EHR system, with 41 million interested.
ClearPractice, makers of the popular iPad electronic health record Nimble — that we reviewed — have now launched Eden Practice. And for all those physicians who are Apple lovers, they are going after you. Eden Practice is being marketed as a comprehensive medical office solution for the Apple Mac, iPad, and iPhone — all connected […]
Review of DrChrono, the first iPad electronic medical record, exclusive beta review. This EMR was the first native electronic medical record on the ipad.
Practice Fusion is a free, web-based electronic health record that has seen a rapid rate of adoption over the last two years and is currently the largest commercial EHR installation after Kaiser and the Veterans Affairs. In this interview with Matthew Douglass, VP of Product Development, we learn some of the fascinating story of Practice Fusion’s rise, its plans to expand its API (application programming interface) and launch an app store.
In this interview, we learn from Joel Andersen & Dr. Doerr how the founding principles of ClearPractice still drive its current evolution
Nimble is a full-featured EMR that is written natively for the iPad, its cofounder is Dr. Tom Doerr, brother of legendary Silicon Valley investor John Doerr. In this article we review this electronic health record for the iPad.
This is a continuation of a recent post where we reviewed Dr. Henry Feldman’s experiences using the iPad as his primary interface during a busy week serving as a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital (BIDMC) in Boston. In part 1, we reviewed his original post and his positive report on the iPad’s wireless networking […]
This is a continuation of a recent post where we reviewed Dr. Henry Feldman’s experiences using the iPad as his primary interface during a busy week serving as a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital (BIDMC) in Boston. Dr. Feldman is also the Chief Information Architect for the Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians. In this post […]
Recently, we had the chance to check in with Dr. Henry Feldman. He had posted a detailed summary of his experiences using the iPad as his main interface while rotating on service for a week as a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess hospital (BIDMC) in Boston. Dr. Feldman is also Chief Information Architect for the […]
The American healthcare system is finally on the road to a modern national IT infrastructure. Recently, the iMedicalApps team had the opportunity to speak to a small but ambitious group of IT professionals who aim to be at the forefront of this modernization by targeting the physicians with the lowest penetration of electronic health records, […]