A number of investors participated in the round, including Runa Capital, Maxfield Capital, FundersClub, Bruno Bowden, Silicon Valley Bank and Box, among others.
By using the Glass with drchrono, doctors are able to take photos and record videos without having to touch anything that could get their hands infected.
The company's EHR platform adds new features as part of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services EHR Incentive Program, i.e. Meaningful Use.
drchrono integrates Health data into its PHR, allowing patients to send their doctors a wellness snapshot that their doctor will actually read.
Existing investors, Runa Capital and Maxfield Capital, provided the capital, bringing the total funding to date to $8.25 million.
For the first time -- the company claims -- executives, physicians and medical billers can see the status of billing anywhere, anytime through their iPad.
With full clinical documentation, a physician using drchrono can now literally see patients with an iPhone and do his/her rounds.
Medical professionals using both platforms will be able to easily sync their calendars and Electronic Health Records (EHRs).
Using drchrono EHR helped Direct Urgent Care process around 15,000 patients per year, while reducing overhead costs and improving reimbursements by over 30%.
Also, a patient can complete the same process right from the personal health record iPhone app and send this information to their physician.
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