Daniel is a designer, software engineer and entrepreneur living in Silicon Valley. He co-founded drchrono in 2008 with the goal of changing the way people engage in and experience health care. In October of 2015 Daniel shared drchrono’s Google Glass app, which lets physicians access their patient lists, record appointments, and share information with patients all while staying engaged face-to-face with the patient in the office.
Daniel Kivatinos, a designer, software engineer and entrepreneur, co-founded drchrono. At Health 2.0 this year, Daniel demos drchrono’s Google Glass app, which lets physicians access their patient lists, record appointments, and share information with patients all while staying engaged face-to-face with the patient in the office.
Dr. Eric Topol famously appeared on The Colbert Report in 2013 and essentially gave Colbert a check-up with his high tech tool box of connected devices. More than ever, these types of technologies are available to help doctors deliver more efficient, more connected care both in person and remotely. In this session, we demoed the Health 2.0 high tech tool box with 5 innovative companies!
George Margelis, of Care Innovations, an Intel GE joint venture, introduces us to five demos from companies that strive to improve patient and physician communication both inside and outside the doctor’s office.
Daniel Kivatinos, Co-Founder and COO of DrChrono, demos new features that allow patients to fill out forms, access their medical records, send questions to their physicians and schedule appointments.
This panel is regarding mobile and web-based tools designed to improve operational efficiency in the practice, including appointment scheduling and bill payment. Moderated by Brian Klepper from Healthcare Performance, Inc, and including demonstrations and commentary from Michael Nusimow (DrChrono), Chaim Indig (Phreesia) and Tom McHale (CarePass).
Michael Nusimov, CEO, DrChrono
Office staff can schedule appointments, send email or text reminders to patients, and automate billing with this useful EHR for iPads. Patients can check in using DrChrono, doctors can record medical dictation, and it can be used to take photos and videos to visually track health. Sounds too good to be true? This is all available and more, as Michael displays in this demonstration.