Each customer on the list uses one or more components of the Access Enterprise Forms Management Suite, which enables hospitals to generate barcoded e-forms on demand, authorize them with digital patient signatures and interface them into the content/document management (ECM/EDM) system. With Access EFM, hospitals can also convert paper forms-centric processes into paperless ones and send clinical output directly into EHRs.
“We’d like to congratulate all our forward-thinking customers who were named ‘Most Wired’ this year,” said Access founder and CEO Tim Elliott. “We’re committed to continue helping them move toward paperless, fully electronic health records that benefit their patients, staff members and budgets.”
Access customers on this year’s list, along with their category, are:
Ashe Memorial Hospital, Jefferson, North Carolina: Most Wired–Small and Rural
Beaufort Memorial Hospital, Beaufort, South Carolina: Most Wired
HealthPartners, Bloomington, Minnesota: Most Wired
Meridian Health, Neptune City, New Jersey: Most Wired
Mid–Valley Hospital, Omak, Washington: Most Wired–Small and Rural
Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma: Most Improved
North Kansas City Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri: Most Improved
North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, New York: Most Wired
St. Joseph's Healthcare System, Paterson, New Jersey: Most Wired
Tanner Health System, Carrollton, Georgia: Most Improved
William W. Backus Hospital, Norwich, Connecticut:
Access is the world’s leading electronic forms (e-forms) management, automation and workflow software provider. Our solutions transform any paper-intensive forms process into a paperless, collaborative workflow. Hundreds of hospitals worldwide are using Access solutions to improve patient care and safety, cut costs and enhance electronic health records (EHR), patient safety and downtime planning initiatives. Learn more at http://www.accessefm.com.