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Using an iPad for patient check in? Yes!
This app saves me hours and hours of time, love it! A must for any small practice.
Kay1822939 on Oct 31, 2013 for drchrono Patient Check-In
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I don't like paper
I like to have all of my data entered in the moment I see the patient. This app replaced my paper patient check in forms with iPad.
Flamingyak on Oct 31, 2013 for drchrono Patient Check-In
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CEO of drchrono
As the CEO of drchrono I want to put the best product out. Our goal is to build the most amazing EHR out. With every release we improve and add more and more. This is our patient checkin app, I hope you enjoy!
MichaelNusimow on Oct 31, 2013 for drchrono Patient Check-In
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As always a very welcome feature update
Very nice to see an update to this very meaningful app! I especially enjoy the speed improvements that are included in this update! Good job and continue to work hard on this app!
wurzelgogerer on Oct 31, 2013 for drchrono Patient Check-In
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Seeing patients ... More patients.
I finally have an app to see way more patients then before. I am seeing 10+ more patients a day, this app just pulls data into my EMR without typing a thing.
nschulte22 on Oct 31, 2013 for drchrono Patient Check-In
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Simplicity
Despite the amount of customization this app offers doctors, it's extremely simple and easy to use for doctors, staff, and patients alike. Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.
Nick Meharry on Oct 31, 2013 for drchrono Patient Check-In
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