We just completed our most successful webinar series yet with more than 500 hospitals in attendance throughout the three-part event. The first webinar focused on driving an eSignature solution across the enterprise.

(Did you miss the first webinar? Listen here.)

If you attended, you may be thinking, “I understand the benefits of an eSignature solution – cut costs, save time, make a positive first impression on patients – but how do I convince my hospital leadership that it’s the right investment?”

In this video, Cody Strate shares resources to help you make the business case for implementing an eSignature solution in Registration. He mentions the easy-to-use ROI calculator and shares the impressive paperless results achieved by Access client Halifax Health.

The Daytona Beach, Fla., hospital is saving 8.25 tons of paper a year just by using an eSignature solution in Registration. That’s the combined weight of a four-door sedan and a pick-up truck. Just in paper!

Stats like these are bound to catch the attention of executives. But your leaders may be more interested to see how using paperless forms in Registration can set the tone for a patient’s entire stay and their impression of the type of care they’ll receive.

With an eSignature solution in Registration, your hospital is saying “hello” to more positive patient first impressions – along with the potential for higher HCAHP scores – and, “goodbye” to stacks of freshly printed forms for patients to complete as soon as they arrive.

Watch Cody’s video for tips on how to show your leadership team that an eSignature solution in Registration is the right investment. Then contact Access. We can connect you to hospitals like Halifax Health that have taken this step and seen the benefits in savings – and satisfaction.

 

Cody Strate

Written by Cody Strate

For more than 15 years, Cody has provided sales and marketing leadership with the goal of providing the smoothest, easiest, and most pleasurable customer experience imaginable. Cody is a Forbes Communication Council member and lives in Colorado with his wife, two kids, and two dogs.