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2016 Black Book Survey Ranks drchrono Top Mobile Electronic Health Record


2016 Black Book Survey Ranks drchrono Top Mobile Electronic Health Recorddrchrono, Inc., an industry leading Electronic Health Record (EHR), Practice Management, Medical Billing and Medical API Platform on iPad, iPhone and web, announced Friday that the company has been named the top mobile EHR app by medical professionals in the 2016 Black Book independent survey.

According to the announcement shared with MHW, this is the fourth consecutive year that drchrono has earned this designation.

Black Book invited over 450,000 EHR users to participate in the 2016 annual Black Book EMR/EHR Satisfaction Survey and nearly 18,000 users participated. Based on the survey results, drchrono ranked as the top mobile EHR.

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Appalachian Activates Allscripts Electronic Health Record


Appalachian Activates Allscripts Electronic Health RecordAppalachian Regional Healthcare System is confirming the successful implementation of Allscripts.

The (EHR) system from Allscripts will support Appalachian’s efforts to “revolutionize” the organization by providing single, integrated patient records with the same graphical interface across the health system.

According to an announcement from Appalachian this week, the addition of SCM will help Appalachian connect its community and deliver better coordinated care.

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U.K. Report Praises U.S. Veteran Health Administration’s Telehealth Program, Asks Why Adoption Remains Slow Across U.S.


A new report out of the U.K is praising the telehealth program sponsored by the U.S. Veterans Health Administration (VHA) — which is the largest telehealth project in the world — while also asking the question of why telehealth hasn’t gained more momentum and adoption across the U.S. healthcare system.

The new report, published by the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS), touts the VHA’s telehealth program as a prime example of how telehealth services should be rolled out on such a large scale.  Patients enrolled in the program — most of whom have chronic conditions such as heart failure, COPD, hypertension, diabetes, and post-traumatic stress disorder — receive free telemonitoring equipment and attention from care coordinators who teach them how to manage their own care.

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