Allscripts Wand

By Aditi Pai 10:46 am July 23, 2014
Electronic health record company Allscripts has developed a native app for Windows 8.1 devices, called Allscripts Wand, two years after the company first launched the app for iOS devices. While there are many health-related apps available for the Windows platform, there are few native EHR apps available in the Windows app store. Wand aims to help providers check their daily schedule, review a...
By Neil Versel 04:51 am August 27, 2013
iPads might not be ideal for all medical practice settings, but Dr. Lennox Hoyte, CMIO and director of urogynecolgy of the University of South Florida (USF) Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa, believes they are a lot better than desktop computers in exam rooms or at the patient's bedside. "We're moving toward 95 percent of physician activity going away from the desktop," Hoyte said. According...
By Neil Versel 04:38 am August 22, 2013
EHR vendor Allscripts Healthcare is expanding its mobility efforts, introducing an updated version of its Allscripts Wand native iPad app and debuting a company-branded app store for technology developed by clients and third parties with an Allscripts application programming interface. Allscripts made the announcements at the annual Allscripts Client Experience (ACE) user meeting in the company's...
By Brian Dolan 05:00 am April 5, 2012
This week EHR vendor Allscripts launched a native iPad application, called Allscripts Wand (formerly code-named "Project Wombat"), which adds a handful of new features. Allscripts was one of the first EHR vendors to offer an iPhone-accessible EHR when it introduced Allscripts Remote at the HIMSS conference in 2009. That was one of the only mobile related announcements that came out of the event,...