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Access Honors Hospitals that Cut One Million Pieces of Paper or More

By Cody Strate on Jun 5, 2019

217.8 million sheets. That’s the amount of paper hospitals have eliminated from their workflows using Access eSignature solutions.

Topics: MEDITECH Going Paperless Patient Experience Paperless Form Bedside Patient Experience Patient eSignature eForms software Paperless Forms workflow automation paperless hospital Bedside Consent halifax health
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Client spotlight: Norman Regional Health System Takes Next Step on Paperless Journey

By Clayton Homme on Jan 16, 2019

Norman Regional Health System provides for the health and wellness of families living in south central Oklahoma. The provider has a 219-bed hospital and a 168-bed facility with cardiovascular, spine, orthopedic, women’s and children’s services. In addition, NRHS has a 24-hour state-of-the-art emergency center that also offers diagnostic imaging, physical therapy and lab services. The health system employs about 3,000 people and has more than 350 physicians on-staff.

Topics: Paperless Form Informed Consents Electronic medical forms eForms software
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The Client Services Team: Your eSignature Sherpa

By Brent Robin on Jan 11, 2019

The thought of implementing an enterprise forms management tool may sound like a daunting task. After all, hundreds of thousands of forms flow through most hospitals each year. And, taking all of these to a digital state means changing policies that staff members are likely comfortable with and well accustomed to.

Topics: Paperless Form Electronic Forms Patient eSignature Converting paper forms to electronic eForms software forms management
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Survey says: Cerner clients share where they are in the paperless journey

By Cody Strate on Nov 29, 2018


Last week, clinicians from more than 700 hospitals registered for our webinar on Advanced eSignature Solutions for Cerner. Attendees represented hospitals of all sizes and specialties, and joined us from across the country.

Topics: Cerner Paperless Form Informed Consents Patient Electronic Signature Cerner Health Conference Hospital forms Electronic medical forms Cerner Forms Suite Cerner eForms
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Mobile Form Solutions for Patient Consent Process: 8 Benefits

By Clayton Homme on May 21, 2018

Technology is a vital component of innovation and process improvements in many areas of modern healthcare. The conversion from paper forms to digital forms on smartphones and tablets is now standard business procedure for many hospitals. Yet, some organizations still use paper forms and slower manual procedures that impede the speed and accuracy of the patient consent process.

Topics: consent forms eForms Paperless Form
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Why Every Hospital Needs an eForm Management Solution for Surgical Consent

By Randy Hippe on May 7, 2018

Hospital staff and anxious patients have many forms to complete before elective surgery.

Even though paper forms slow down staff productivity, waste money, introduce unnecessary risk, and add little to a positive patient experience, many hospitals have not adopted an eForm management solution. According to federal statistics, as of 2015, about 80 percent of acute care hospitals had an EHR using digitized surgical consent forms―up from less than 10 percent in 2008. That still leaves 20 percent of hospitals using outdated paper forms.

Topics: Patient Experience eForms Surgical Services Paperless Form
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How Hawaii’s Busiest Emergency Room Went Paperless with Electronic Patient Signatures. (Your Hospital Can, too.)

By Clayton Homme on Apr 26, 2018

It seems like almost every healthcare IT vendor these days is touting their “touch free” or “paper free” technology, to the point where “paperless” is no longer a “nice to have” but an expectation. The dirty little secret for most vendors and their solutions? While they do remove some hard copies, they also leave behind pesky pockets of paper. This leaves staff members to retrieve forms and get patients to complete and sign them, both at the bedside and in registration. Then those forms need to be copied, sent to medical records/HIM and scanned. It perpetuates a time-consuming, error-prone process which delays the availability of information for clinicians and timely care for patients.

Topics: Paperless Form Paper Consent Form Patient Electronic Signature