The STU-530 and STU-430 Streamline Electronic Signature Process for Medical Forms; Showing at AHIMA 2013 in Booth #435
When healthcare efficiency goes up, so does quality of care. With the new STU-530 and STU-430 Signature Pads, Wacom is presenting healthcare providers with a way to efficiently capture electronic signatures, reduce patient registration times, and cut administrative costs.
Starting on October 26th, the Signature Pads can be seen live at AHIMA 2013 (booth #710) in Atlanta, Georgia.
Digital workflows are rapidly becoming the standard for all healthcare institutions. By using electronic handwritten signatures, medical organizations can substantially reduce the time it takes to manage patient consent, history and registration forms. With no paper to archive, hospital staff have more time to devote to patient care – all while maintaining a system that covers legal and general information requirements.
“Consent forms aren’t going away, they’re multiplying,” said Michael Marcum, vice president of vertical market solutions for Wacom Americas. “Adding an electronic handwritten signature to electronic documents ensures that these forms get processed fast and increases the amount of patients clinics can treat every day.”