An increasing number of medical facilities are looking to adopt paperless workflows to create more efficient information management processes, and many are turning to Wacom to further their ability to interact with data more effectively. Offering a direct and fully digital pen-on-screen workflow, Wacom interactive pen displays help make the capture of electronic medical records (EMR) simple and fast for both healthcare professionals and patients. At RSNA 2010, being held Nov. 28 – Dec. 3 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, Wacom will showcase interactive pen capabilities in booth #7704 (North Building–Hall B).
“Designed to accommodate healthcare professionals requiring advanced digital documentation capabilities, Wacom offers a highly intuitive, quick and natural way for patients to review and sign forms,” says Alan Orth, healthcare business development manager for Wacom Technology. “In turn, medical facilities greatly improve staff-patient relations with the pen displays’ ease of use and create a streamlined paperless, cost-effective workflow.”
Delivering a completely digital solution to administrative tasks from reviewing patient admission documents to signing legally binding insurance and consent forms, a Wacom interactive pen display is an innovative multi-tasking device. It opens the door to improved efficiency within the medical community.
“The Wacom pen display is a critical tool in helping to reduce processing time, paper usage and costs, as well as greatly improving patient recordkeeping and accessibility,” confirms Cathy Fuhrman, manager of Sharp HealthCare’s Document Imaging Group. “In addition, staff and patients enjoy the ease-of-use, freedom and control the pen delivers to the overall experience.”