Features and services

Get meaningful clinical work done whenever and wherever you are with the athenaOne mobile app. Access patient records to prepare for and document exams, create and sign orders, respond to patient cases and more. The app gives you the flexibility to catch up on or get ahead of work during free moments throughout your day.

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    Intuitive homepage

    Easily log into the app using touch or face ID and access a glanceable view of your day. See your schedule, the patients you’ve prepped for, and review and manage your inbox.

  • Group Video

    Group video conferencing

    Allow caregivers or additional care team members to participate in an encounter by including up to four individuals in a video consultation.

  • Urgent Tasks

    Complete urgent tasks

    Use the clinical inbox to get critical work anywhere, anytime. Create and sign orders, view test results, respond to patient cases and more — all with the speed and security of athenaClinicals

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    Use on day one

    The intuitive design of the athenaOne mobile app makes it easy to begin using immediately.

  • Workflow

    Customizable workflows

    Access all the macros, templates, and order sets you’ve already customized in athenaClinicals and continue to practice your way. The app also learns your working habits and offers smart suggestions to speed up documentation.

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    Complements athenaClinicals

    The app is seamlessly integrated with athenaClinicals and updates all data in real-time.

See how clinicians are using the athenaOne app

A mobile extension of athenaClinicals that frees you to be on call on-the-go and lets you focus on the patient in the moment of care. Hear what users are saying.

  • 49%

    of a physician’s workday is spent on EHR and desk work*

    For many physicians, practicing medicine means spending more time with their desks than their patients. We want to free them to do meaningful work when the time is right, wherever they are.

* Based on a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine