DrChrono offering free trial of EHR: 3 notes

DrChrono, an EHR, medical billing and practice management software developer, is offering a free trial of its mobile, cloud-based EHR platform.

Three notes:

1. The EHR trial will last for 30 days, during which users can access the system's scheduling, medical billing and dictation tools. The trial is available for private healthcare practices and ambulatory practices, including ambulatory surgery centers and ambulatory urgent care centers. 

"As part of the Affordable Care Act and new Meaningful Use requirements, practices need to choose an EHR that meet stricter healthcare IT standards, so enabling more features for providers through a trial period allows a provider to simply do more when evaluating DrChrono as their platform of choice," DrChrono COO and Co-founder Daniel Kivatinos said in a news release emailed to Becker's Hospital Review.

2. The EHR system offered in the trial will replace DrChrono's medical practice "freemium" plan, which will be discontinued May 31.

3. DrChrono's EHR trial also includes access to practice management and patient portal software.

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