Form Medic - Health Information Management (HIM) System
Form Medic is a Health Information Management (HIM) solution that converts pre-printed healthcare forms into an electronic format and allows users to access, auto-populate, process, and print from a desktop PC or MFP. With the same functionality as Desktop Filler, Form Medic is more suitable for the healthcare industry in managing vital healthcare information.
All healthcare organizations face challenges with healthcare information management and healthcare form distribution. Since the majority of forms are on paper, it tends to be quite expensive to purchase and store pre-printed forms, and ensuring that the forms filled out by patients are accurate and legible could be an issue. Furthermore, depending on the healthcare organization, these forms may need to be changed periodically so they could have information on them that quickly becomes obsolete.
Reports from the Institute of Medicine show that as many as 44,000 to 98,000 patients die each year due to medical errors in hospitals, with the majority of these errors occurring during the ordering and patient management stages.
Form Medic alleviates those problems with the ability to re-create pre-printed healthcare forms by utilizing the built-in WYSIWYG editor, extracting patient information from a database and auto-populating the form fields with the correct information while routing it to any destination or device such as an archive system, fax, email, or printer. It manages all healthcare information securely through a 512-bit encryption and complies with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements that all health institutions must follow.
How Can Form Medic Benefit Healthcare Organizations?
Form Medic Pricing
|Reform Base Server||1||$985
Example Total MSRP:
Reform Base Server + MOST Pack (10) = $9,540
- Purchase inquiries can be made by contacting FabSoft's Sales Department directly at 973.767.2100 ext. 1 or emailing here.
- Please note that all downloads come with a free 60-day trial evaluation.