mobile EMR

By Jonah Comstock April 27, 2017
Souix Falls, South Dakota-based DocuTAP, which makes tablet-based EMR and practice management software, has acquired Atlanta-based Clockwise.MD, a maker of mobile appointment-booking software. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. "DocuTAP shares our entrepreneurial approach and commitment to providing a better experience for patients and providers alike. We are pleased to join forces and...
By Jonah Comstock November 12, 2014
Boca Raton, Florida-based Modernizing Medicine has raised $15 million from existing investors, the company announced yesterday. The round was led by Summit Partners and Pentland Group, both of which contributed to the company's previous $14 million round in August 2013. Modernizing Medicine makes a mobile-based electronic health record targeted at specialists called EMA (electronic medical...
By Neil Versel June 26, 2012
Despite the explosion in physician adoption of smartphones and tablets, most doctors still use mobile devices as shiny toys rather than clinical tools, according to a new national survey. About 20 percent of U.S. physicians use smartphones for e-prescribing, accessing electronic health records or other clinical needs, says the 2012 National Physician Survey, conducted by Atlanta-based health and...
By Brian Dolan January 16, 2010
MobiHealthNews broke the news last week that the mobile EHR product that came out of Apple's pilot with EMR vendor Epic Systems was an iPhone app called Haiku, but Haiku was not the first EMR to grant iPhone and iPod touch users remote access. Epic aside, a number of EMR vendors launched iPhone apps for their clinicians during the past year -- what follows is a list of 11 EMR systems that have...