Shareable Forms announces a new partnership with Bridge Patient Portal
Bremen, GA – October 27, 2021: Shareable Forms, a company that specializes in converting Ambulatory Surgical Centers and other medical offices from paper charting methods to interactive electronic medical records, announced a partnership with Bridge Patient Portal, a leading vendor of ONC-certified patient engagement tools that helps medical practices improve profitability by providing a one stop shop for self-service patient tools. Through this partnership, the two companies will be able to offer a broad number of technical services to cover the entire lifecycle of the patient encounter – from onboarding, through procedure consent forms and procedure charting, and post encounter interactions.
“At Shareable Forms, our focus is providing a user-friendly clinical documentation tool that makes providers’ lives easier compared to charting a patient encounter on paper,” says Bobby Mehan, CEO of Shareable Forms. “Working with different practices, we know what an effort it is for offices and surgery centers to document all the interactions between a practice and its patients. And, we are familiar with all the interactions between systems required to provide complete patient care.”
“That’s where we come in,” says John Deutsch, CEO and Founder of Bridge. “Bridge takes data from Shareable Forms, and potentially other EHR and PM systems in use in the same health organization, and provides patients with a suite of self-service tools to improve the patient experience - before, during and after the encounter.”
Shareable Forms and Bridge Patient Portal share the same overall goal – making medical practices more efficient and intelligent – and now can share tools or data to meet that goal. Bridge will provide patients of practices using Shareable Forms with sought after patient self-service tools which will reduce the time the patient spends in the waiting room, simplify the patient encounter and reduce errors, such as patient intake forms.
“With this partnership, Shareable Forms and Bridge become better companies because we can expand our offerings to practices all over the country,” says Mehan. “And our clients benefit by having flexible, interactive, and intelligent solutions to their charting and patient encounter needs.”
ABOUT SHAREABLE FORMS:
Acquired by Strategic Management Consultants, LLC in 2018, Shareable Forms provides simple, accurate, and secure ways to track patient encounters on an iPad. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) are then immediately and securely stored in the cloud and made available to everyone who requires access to that information on other connected devices. Practices can audit and sign documents – and digital forms are built with tools to streamline data entry and make that data more accurate and dependable. Practices who partner with Shareable Forms can save up to 50% when compared to the costs of creating, collecting, and storing paper charts.
ABOUT BRIDGE PATIENT PORTAL:
Bridge Patient Portal is an enterprise patient portal and patient engagement solution for healthcare organizations. The platform is ideal for companies seeking to replace their existing EHR’s patient portal, connect disparate EHR environments, consolidate costly patient engagement tools, offer telemedicine services, and or publish a mobile app. Bridge truly engages patients with a superior, client-branded user experience that includes automated electronic communication, and meaningful, multi-platform access to health, financial, and appointment information. Bridge’s all-in-one patient engagement solution is ONC 2015 Edition Certified and proven to enhance patient-physician collaboration, care outcomes, business profitability, and brand equity.
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