DrChrono launches EHR offer for Practice Fusion clients

DrChrono is offering current Practice Fusion customers discounted pricing, free data importing services and an iPad to transition to the DrChrono cloud-based EHR platform.

After Allscripts acquired Practice Fusion in January, Practice Fusion announced its EHR would no longer be free to use and current clients would be charged a monthly subscription fee.

DrChrono, which developed the first iPad- and iPhone-based EHR, will help transition interested Practice Fusion customers to its EHR at no additional cost. DrChrono's platform features customizable medical forms, e-prescribing, access to thousands of labs, scheduling tools, real-time patient eligibility checks and a patient portal.

"Physicians today need a simple yet powerful all in one platform to run their medical practice from patient scheduling, to managing clinical information, prescriptions, labs and medical billing. DrChrono provides a cost effective EHR and is the best option for Practice Fusion physicians who are now looking to modernize with a fully feature rich platform," Daniel Kivatinos, COO and co-founder of DrChrono, said in a news release.

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