Kareo, Inc., a company best known for their cloud-based medical office software and services provider for small medical practices has launched a new, free Electronic Health Record product they’re calling Kareo Electronic Health Record. This new application is available as a stand-alone application or fully integrated with Kareo Practice Management and Kareo Billing Services. According to the company the integrated product provides a seamless user experience and instant data exchange across applications. Kareo EHR offers small medical practices an intuitive and intelligent way to deliver care and engage patients through native iPad and iPhone applications or with a web browser.
Kareo acquired mobile technology and a clinical knowledge base from Epocrates and leveraged these assets in developing its new EHR.
“More physicians in the US practice medicine in small practices than any other way, yet the demands of managing a small practice continue to grow. Small practice physicians need smarter and more mobile technology to help them care for their patients and optimize their businesses,” said Dan Rodrigues, founder and CEO of Kareo. “Our customers asked us to develop an electronic health record to complement our practice management and billing services solutions. With Kareo EHR, small practice physicians can now take advantage of an intuitive solution designed for how they deliver care and run their practices. Best of all, Kareo’s EHR is available for free and without ads or any long-term commitments.”
Kareo acquired core EHR technology originally developed by Epocrates and combined it with Kareo’s medical office software platform [Read more…]