Healthcare Privacy and Data Security
Reduce the risk of breaches and exposure of PHI and PPI from theft, snooping, and data leakage.
Launch, amend and complete forms on any platform
Capture it once and provide
Patients can complete forms at bedside, desk side, or at home
Supports major industry standards, including HL7 and HIPAA
"By implementing Bottomline Technologies’ solution, we made a dramatic impact on patient and staff experience and significantly increased efficiencies in our admission process." Becky Garner | Admissions Supervisor | Madison Memorial
Sharp Transforms Patient Experience and Eliminates 800,000 Paper Forms Annually with Electronic Signature and Data Capture
Are your patients and staff members frustrated with your current admissions process?
Your organization can be more efficient and gain cost savings. Read the story of how Sharp partner with Bottomline Technologies to automate the registration and consent form processes.
2 million completed forms and images via eCapture
Created a budget surplus of $46,000 by using eCapture
Reduced workers comp claims
Internal Sharp team won Sharp’s C.O.R.E. and Pillars of Excellence Award for Innovation for eCapture implementation
Bottomline helps you ease the transition away from paper forms and centrally manage the thousands of regulatory and non-regulatory patient forms across your enterprise, and capture signatures, photos and discrete data on almost any device.
Improve patient experience with the many capabilities of Bottomline's eCapture™ solution, that include:
Informed consent support – produce the specific consent form needed for each order in an episode of care
Seamless transitions, any device – begin forms packets on any platform and finish on any device
Launch, complete and archive forms from within existing applications
Forms-only window for patient facing monitor
On average, patient form packets are 12 or more pages long, require more than 14 signatures, and include 40 or more unique fields. They must be scanned and indexed one page at a time - and do not yield actionable, discrete data.
Unfortunately, paper remains the primary method of transporting information that facilitates processes and decisions in healthcare. Managing paper healthcare forms and documents has severe disadvantages.
Patients deal with electronic signatures for everything from buying a house to buying groceries. Providers are faced with the challenge of meeting this expectation from patients in a world of constant forms, consents, disclosures, and more. Healthcare IT organizations must also consider the integration to the core of the hospital and patient information - the electronic medical records system (EMR).
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