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Drchrono for Google Glass is a wearable health record

Drchrono lets doctors record consultations and more with images and photos stored in the digital health record for the patient

| Apps News | Posted: Jun 16, 2014 5:00 pm

One of the most time consuming parts of working in the health field is all the charting that has to be done to record what health professionals do in appointments and during treatments. A company called Drchrono has developed a new application for Google Glass that it claims to be the first wearable health record.

 

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Doctors who sign up for the Drchrono app for Glass will be able to use it to record patient consultations or surgery. That is assuming the patient gives them permission. Any videos or photos taken with the device are stored in the patient's electronic medical record.

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