On the other hand, the number of doctors who think patients should have access to their health records has dropped from 31 in 2014 to 18 percent today.
Epic, Cerner, Athenahealth, Allscripts, Kaiser Permanente and John Hopkins Medical are all on board, and so are the 5 largest health care systems in the U.S.
Also, a patient can complete the same process right from the personal health record iPhone app and send this information to their physician.
Using drchrono EHR helped Direct Urgent Care process around 15,000 patients per year, while reducing overhead costs and improving reimbursements by over 30%.
The idea is to enable patients and doctors with seamless access to medical records directly through the Circle Medical app.
With full clinical documentation, a physician using drchrono can now literally see patients with an iPhone and do his/her rounds.
The company will use the funds to expand its customer base and add dozens of staff across sales, marketing, technology and management teams.
Featuring an HTML5-based unified user experience, eClinicalWorks 10e makes it easier for healthcare organizations to manage patient care delivery.
The collaboration will bring education, gamification and rewards into the patient EHR experience to motivate them toward increased medication adherence.
The app pulls information from the patient portals and includes laboratory results, immunizations, medication lists, allergies, as well as appointments.