DrChrono Reviews

View DrChrono's cloud-based medical billing software for your medical practice. Includes info on DrChrono, free trials, reviews, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on February 8th, 2019

DrChrono is cloud-based medical billing software, as well as practice management software. DrChrono features a live claims feed for billing and payment processing, superbill generation, and e-fax integration.

DrChrono Pricing:

DrChrono's pricing starts at $199.99 per month according to SMBGuide research. DrChrono does not provide pricing on their website, even though they give a detailed breakdown of their pricing plans on their website.

DrChrono Reviews
DrChrono Review:

Pros: Sends customized appointment notifications to patients via phone, email, or SMS. Good UI.

Cons: Learning curve. Pricey, and customer service not always good.

Bottomline: A comprehensive platform that provides your practice with medical billing, EHR, RCM services and more.

DrChrono Key Information:

Co-founders

Michael Nusimow, Daniel Kivatinos

Founded

2009

Headquarters

Sunnyvale, California

CEO

Michael Nusimow

Number of Employees

51–200

Number of Customers

Over 3,000

Phone

1 (844) 569-8628

Address

328 Gibraltar Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Website

www.drchrono.com

DrChrono FAQs:

Is there a DrChrono free trial?

DrChrono gives you the option of either a free trial or a free demo.

Where can I find the DrChrono login?

Visit www.drchrono.com and log in at the top right of the page.

What are some DrChrono alternatives?

DrChrono News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity:

January 8, 2019

DrChrono Secures $10 Million From SQN Partners

November 15, 2018

DrChrono Releases New Physical Therapy Bundle Package For Its Mobile EHR

October 1, 2018

DrChrono, Genomind Partner on EHR-Integrated Personalized Genetic Tests

September 24, 2018

DrChrono Allows Developers to Build Apps on EHR With Updated API

DrChrono EHR Reviews:

Source

Review

Super Smash Does Ultimate ‏- twitter.com

I’ve never been assaulted by a webform before (@drchrono)—an one-hour long intake form for a psychiatrist in which I bare my soul, life history, and various personal traumatic events, thrown in the garbage because the form signature can’t be saved, it asks for a refresh and wipes.