Healthcare professionals spend too much time filling out paperwork.
Medical professionals today spend a significant portion of their day filling out paper forms and entering data manually into systems. Administrative documents for new patients and referrals, government-mandated documents for Medicare and Medicaid, endless paperwork for insurance companies - the list goes on and on. Whether you are collecting patient data in the office or assisting them in their own home you need to capture critical information in a secure and efficient manner.
Spend less time on paperwork and more time with your patients.
Field2Base is dedicated to providing a digital forms solution that makes filling out medical forms easier and less time consuming. Our platform provides a secure way to collect and transmit sensitive medical data while meeting all HIPAA guidelines. You can even convert government-mandated documents, such as Medicare and Medicaid applications, into electronic forms to ensure overall accuracy and improve billing efficiency. Going paperless will also allow you to capture detailed patient data with photographs, biometric data, and CFR21 Part 11 compliant signatures right within the form itself.
Field2Base satisfies all requirements for the collection and transmission of Electronic Protected Heath Information (EPHI).
Our tailored solutions are ideal for a variety of health-related professions including hospice care, long-term care, infusion therapy, equipment delivery, and facility inspections by offering the following security measures:
- SAS70, SSAE16 certified data centers with 256bit AES Encryption.
- Multilayer authentication and encryption to prevent unauthorized access.
- Unique and hardware identifiers assigned to users to segment, track, and audit.
- Locked form templates with complex business rules to ensure accurate data.
- Electronic storage of submitted data as CSVs, as PDFs, or stored in databases through ODBC or OLEDB (SQL).
- Required user information to capture name of signee, dates and times of signatures, and description of authority.