The platform has been revamped from the ground up in a process that took Practice Fusion designers, researchers and developers more than 250,000 hours.
The company will hopes to eliminate onsite operation of the system, which should result in cutting unnecessary costs and saving money for many customers.
An extension of OpenNotes, OurNotes invites patients to contribute to their own electronic medical records, and allow them to access these records through a dedicated website.
The new service allows patients to complete traditional check-in forms from their phones, tablets, or computers before getting to the doctor's office.
The company will use the fresh capital to build the engineering, distribution, and marketing teams; it has raised nearly $3 million thus far.
Consumers use ChartSpan's Patient Platform to manage their electronic healthcare records and information on their smartphone, tablet or computer.
The Redwood, California-based company is looking to make it easy, painless and even fun for patients to track and understand their medical data.
The SEED Protocol solution wants to empower individuals to manage and protect their healthcare files, delivering a quantum leap over today's insecure methods.
The functionality makes it even easier to provide real-time updates for bed cleaning status and availability, therefore improving patient flow.
The company helps chronically ill patients gather all their records from all their doctors and put them in one easy-to-access online profile.