News | October 09, 2006

New Siemens Alliance Offers Advanced Forms Management

Siemens Medical Solutions announced today that it has made an alliance with Access e-forms to upgrade Siemens' Soarian HIM and Enterprise Document Management (EDM) solutions with new automated forms management capabilities to assist healthcare in achieving a fully paperless, electronic medical record environment.
Healthcare organizations currently using EDM and Soarian HIM will receive the upgrades, including the automatic and on demand generation of forms with pre-populated demographic information and barcodes, and forms management, which converts paper forms to online, electronic forms.
“The automation of the Access e-forms solution has provided our organization with the necessary workflow to reduce tedious, labor-intensive processes that can slow down access to critical information,” explained Cynthia Hyde, RHIA, chief information officer for Providence Hospital. “Access e-forms has complemented our existing Siemens EDM and Soarian HIM implementation with readable bar-coded patient forms that easily scan into our document imaging system, saving time and reducing staff frustration.”

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