News | June 29, 2008

ESO Solutions Chooses Ritescript for Seamless EMS, Fire Personnel Data Input

June 30, 2008 - Ritescript, a division of Evernote Corp., and ESO Solutions Inc. recently said the two companies entered into a licensing agreement in which Ritescript's ritePen 3.0 handwriting recognition and intelligent desktop navigation software will be integrated with ESO Solutions' ESO Pro ePCR Suite to provide EMS users with seamless text input and workflow control in a mobile environment.

ESO Solutions provides medic-friendly, cost-effective electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) software and billing services for EMS and fire organizations nationwide.
The ESO Pro ePCR Suite is an intuitive, NEMSIS Gold application that helps emergency medical responders capture necessary patient data during emergency visits via pen-based notebook computers. The application also includes a robust quality management module, extensive ad hoc reporting functionality, interface capabilities, validation and tracking tools, and more.

Using ESO Pro Mobile on rugged pen-based notebooks in the field allows emergency responders to quickly capture patient vitals, medications, cardiac arrest treatments, electronic signatures, and other critical call data. ritePen 3.0 delivers easy text entry and medical terminology recognition as well as workflow control via handwritten shortcuts.

RitePen 3.0 is the newest version of Ritescript's popular handwriting recognition and intelligent desktop navigation application. New features in ritePen 3.0 include handwritten shortcuts for such common tasks as accessing a favorite Web site, signing a document, or launching an application; easy building and editing of a custom dictionary by typing, pasting or importing words from another document; and broad customization capabilities.

ritePen enables users to transparently write anywhere on the screen or other writing surface in smooth digital ink. Their handwriting is instantly converted into text and placed into any target text-aware application.

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