(BUSINESSWIRE) FT. LAUDERDALE – February 9, 2012 – Integrated Document Solutions (IDS), a pioneer in delivering healthcare information and applications via cloud computing, today announced that the company will unveil the next generation of its groundbreaking smartphone applications at the upcoming HIMSS 2012 conference (Booth 8910).
The mobile apps focus on unifying worklists and improving accessibility. Providers can wirelessly authenticate verbal orders, dictate patient encounters, remotely sign reports, and document appropriate billing levels. Physicians can perform these time-sensitive tasks using iPhone®, Blackberry®, Android® and Windows Mobile® devices.
“Physician mobility will be essential to the success of all healthcare organizations going forward,” said CEO Yaniv Dagan. “Our cloud approach allows us to implement and deploy in almost no time customized mobile workflows to support physicians on the go. Our mobile applications make physicians more productive and provide facilities with the tools they need to maintain compliance and improve patient care documentation.”
At HIMSS, IDS will feature:
Mobile Voice2Dox – A complete end-to-end dictation solution based on the provider’s daily worklist of scheduled patients. Drafts appear in a matter of minutes with the template of choice and desired format for final review and electronic sign-off. Available in the iTunes App Store.
Digital Pen – IDS will debut a new digital handwriting application using the Anoto pen and smart forms to document patient encounter information. Digital pen and paper technology offers easy data capture and efficient transfer using a camera-embedded pen and USB docking station with Bluetooth® capabilities.
Mobile DICOM Image Viewer – Part of the AbbaDox Rad suite of workflow solutions, this mobile app streams diagnostic images with numerous viewing tools on the iPad®. Available in the iTunes App Store.
Charge Capture – This cross-platform mobile application enables hospitalists to securely record charge capture details using any tablet or smartphone. The solution applies a distributed approach, enabling physicians to quickly record charge information at the point-of-care and immediately transfer the encounter details to the billing department for claims processing.
Physicial Verbal Orders – IDS created a completely electronic workflow process to authenticate physician verbal and telephone orders. Physicians instantly receive notifications of verbal orders requiring signature. They can review, reject or sign the orders on a mobile device.