Feds Approve $44,000 Reimbursement for Using drchrono’s Free iPad AppAugust 5, 2011 No Comments
drchrono, the company modernizing healthcare through a free Electronic Health Record (EHR) platform on the iPad, announced today that its free iPad app has received official government certification that will result in doctors receiving $44,000 in incentives when they use drchrono as an electronic medical records platform. The certification makes drchrono the first native EHR on the iPad to be certified for Meaningful Use.
“This certification transforms our EHR app and the iPad into a potentially affordable platform that could finally drive global usage and adoption of Electronic Medical Records,” said Michael Nusimow, Cofounder and CEO of drchrono. “The government subsidy offered to physicians who adopt our free EHR solution could be transformational in bringing electronic record keeping into every medical practice.”
With the Meaningful Use certification, drchrono’s EHR app offers a complete solution to run a physician’s practice on the iPad. Eligible medical providers will receive up to $44,000 in government incentives for downloading drchrono and using it to meet the Government’s Meaningful Use Requirements. The drchrono application tracks how much a doctor uses the EHR and automatically gives them key metrics to report to the government in order to get their incentive money for 2011.
“The government is incentivizing doctors to go digital and the iPad is a natural fit in the medical space. It was a thrilling experience to be the first company to use an iPad during the Meaningful Use certification process,” added Daniel Kivatinos, Cofounder and COO of drchrono.