In a press release announcing its ranking as the top mobile EHR app, drchrono also mentioned it has raised $2 million in funding from existing investors, Runa Capital and Maxfield Capital, bringing the total funding to date to $8.25 million.
As for that ranking, it came after Black Book surveyed 462 EHR vendors used by 30,396 physicians in the United States. Breaking down the categories, physicians ranked drchrono the #1 overall mobile EHR as well as the top EHR for training, trust & accountability, integration & interfaces, reliability and more. drchrono ranked #1 in 10 out of the 18 key performance indicators (KPIs) and was the only EHR to achieve “Overwhelming Satisfaction” of all 18 KPIs.
“We launched on the iPad in April 2010 when it was first released and we are relentlessly working to build the best point of care tool in healthcare,” said Michael Nusimow, CEO & Co-founder of drchrono. “We’re also passionate about making doctors successful as a business with our practice management, medical billing tools and services.”
The complete Black Book report is now available online for review by physicians for free through the drchrono website.