ChiroSpring Integrates Unique Touch-Screen Capability Into Chiropractic Software
ChiroSpring, by IntuiSoft Technologies, offers uniquely intuitive, stylish, and fully-featured chiropractic software to professionals of the chiropractic industry.
Online PR News – 06-October-2012 – Davenport/IA – ChiroSpring™ chiropractic software has announced the introduction of advanced touch-capability into the world of chiropractic practice management software. Throughout the chiropractic industry, doctors are increasingly turning to touch-capable computer devices to add mobility and convenience to their daily activities. The unique features of ChiroSpring’s touch-capable chiropractic software offer doctors a high-tech way to add efficiency to their practice.
“Today’s busy doctors need the flexibility to move from room to room without losing connection to the critical data they use to help patients and manage their practice,” said Brian Albery, CEO of ChiroSpring. “ChiroSpring offers that flexibility by functioning as well on touch-devices like tablets, including the iPad, and touch-screen laptops as it does on the standard desktop setup.”
Beyond simple touch-capability, ChiroSpring’s EHR chiropractic software provides doctors custom designed touch features. The company’s website, www.chirospring.com, highlights the unique gestures built into the paperless chiropractic software. Features like inertial scrolling, swipes, taps, drag-and-drops, and even rearrangeable grids make ChiroSpring’s interface operate more like a mobile device than the static and complex screens doctors are often forced to work with.
“We find it deceptive that other chiropractic software companies claim touch-capability simply because they make their buttons a bit bigger,” Dr. Albery said. “ChiroSpring was designed from the ground up to implement a full range of touch-capabilities. We custom designed specific touch actions to make our chiropractic software the simplest and most convenient practice management solution available.”
ChiroSpring practice management software is in its final phase of chiropractor beta testing and will be available to purchase in 2013. To learn more about ChiroSpring’s touch chiropractic software, please visit www.chirospring.com.