Star Valley Health has deployed Access eForms eSignature Platform Solution for paperless & contactless patient intake in the hospital, or remotely on patient devices at home or in the car. The ability to create a paperless environment within the hospital will streamline patient throughput, save hard costs due to paper and scanning, and improve the patient experience through a more accurate and seamless intake process. The ability to extend patient forms outside of the hospital on patient devices will allow Star Valley to safely control patient throughput for instances when patient exposure is a risk, and to allow check-ins ahead of a visit.
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Access eForms Welcomes Vice President of Professional Services Accelerating Its Customer Experience Improvement Plans
Access eForms (Access), is very pleased to announce that healthcare veteran Rob True has been promoted to the role of Vice President of Professional Services. True’s responsibilities will include furthering the Access vision of a world-class customer service experience, leading the Professional Services team, and providing invaluable executive leadership throughout the company.
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Access announced the release of “Impression,” the latest version of its paperless, web-based eForms solution
Access announces the release of “Impression”, which helps hospitals remotely capture patient electronic signatures on all necessary pre-registration documentation as part of a total telehealth strategy. Impression integrates with a hospital’s existing EHR and sends electronic forms to patients in advance of their on-site appointment as part of the pre-registration process, ensuring a contact-free check-in process.
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Williamson, W.Va., Aug. 22, 2019 – Williamson Memorial Hospital (WMH) will officially celebrate its 100th anniversary on Oct. 3. It’s an impressive milestone for any health care organization but especially for community hospitals like WMH, which statistics show are closing at an alarming rate.