Electronic signature software for healthcare

Transform Your Signature Processes

All Interlace Health forms are designed to use an electronic signature, which eliminates the need for paper forms and scanning. Patients can sign on a tablet or other writable device, completing a document that is legal, and automatically stored in your EHR. These are ideal for Informed Consent or any document that requires a legal signature.

eSignature Solutions by Interlace Health

Our electronic signature solution uses biometric technology, which uses the patient’s unique physiological behaviors as a form of identity. Interlace Health Electronic Signature provides an advanced level of security that can reduce your legal exposure.

How It Works

eSignature for Patient Intake

Consent forms are displayed on a tablet making it easy for patients to read and understand what they are required to sign – and can sign them on the same device. The signature is displayed on the form in real time, giving the patient confidence that their consent is being properly recorded.

Interlace Health then sends the document to the electronic medical record or archiving system, along with the data necessary to place the document in the proper archive location.

eSignature for Informed Consent

When using eSignature with our integrated eForms library solution, staff can display forms for patient consent on-demand. Information from the HIS system is passed to the Interlace Health system, displaying an active patient list and a list of approved forms. Staff simply choose a patient, a form or group of forms, and click the sign button to produce a packet of electronic forms to be e-signed, complete with patient demographics digitally imprinted.

Once the electronic forms have been signed, they are instantly archived in the EMR, eliminating the need for manual scanning by hospital staff. This ensures signed documents are immediately present in the correct location in the patient record, improving compliance.

Forms are auto-generated for each patient

We automate the generation of documents for patient signature by analyzing patient information sent from the registration system via an ADT or print stream connection. Interlace Health eForms are selected and grouped based on pre-defined logic and imprinted with patient-specific demographic information.

System creates an accurate, legally-signed document

Our system also supports multiple types of annotation, including checkboxes and fillable fields, as part of the electronic signature solution. Once the documents are electronically signed, Interlace Health marries the signature and other annotations to the form image, creating a legally signed electronic document.

Works on multiple platforms and devices

eSignature by Interlace Health supports a variety of mobile devices, including both Apple and Windows platforms, via HTML5 support. Due to the portability and light weight of these devices, mobile eSignature allows patient signatures to be collected on a tablet at the bedside in a way that is more comfortable for the patient than other methods.

Why it’s Better

Easier for Staff

Staff never have to print, scan or file documents requiring signatures, nor do they ever need to search for a signed form. They don’t need to roll in a big monitor on a cart and deal with an unwieldy signature device. The signature is collected on a tablet or other mobile device, and stored in the patient’s EHR.

Better for Patients

Patients are more comfortable being able to read a form and sign it on the same device. It can then be sent to them via email, so they have their own record of it.

Reduce Liability

There’s virtually zero chance that a signed document is lost or unaccounted for at time of procedure or audit. It lives in the patient EHR and is accessible to the care team on any device.

See how much better each day could be with Interlace Health Solutions

Our team is passionate about helping healthcare organizations smooth out processes that cause unnecessary busy work and adversely affect the patient experience.

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