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That’s the question that administrators at University of Louisville Hospital posed. In the move toward electronic health records (EHRs), they certainly didn’t want HIM staff wasting time ¬†manually indexing each patient form when scanning. So what was the alternative?

Barcoded electronic forms (eforms, as some folks call them) generated by Access Intelligent Forms Suite. Now, when the forms are scanned, Siemens Soarian EDM uses the barcode to associate them with the correct EHR – no more manual data entry, no potential for human error, no need to store paper forms. And as Access IFS maps patient data from Siemens Invision, patients can complete their forms faster. An added bonus for University of Louisville Hospital is that the Access system also produces barcoded patient armbands/wristbands, creating a complete registration solution.

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Holy Family needed a way to provide its surgeons with a core set of patient forms, while also enabling them to fill in customized documents such as pre-op and post-op orders.

The solution? Access e-Forms Repository, part of the Access Intelligent Forms Suite – the # 1 choice for hospitals.

Now, nurses generate barcoded e-forms on demand, tailored to the surgeon and the procedure. Seamless integration with MEDITECH pulls patient data onto forms, and upon completion, the hospitals’ DocuWare ECM system uses the barcodes to tie the forms to the correct patient record – no manual data entry needed.

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Leading North Carolina hospital Wayne Memorial Hospital will implement Access’s world-leading e-forms on demand solution to eliminate paper forms costs. Patients will authorize forms with Access e-Signature, and completed forms will be integrated seamlessly into EHRs via Meditech Scanning & Archiving – creating a paperless, green solution.

Wayne Memorial will also transform paper-based HR & purchasing processes into paperless workflow with the Access Evolution online forms suite.

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