FormFast and T-System Agree to Integrate in the ED

FormFast clients able to access the electronic version of T-Sheets paper template for greater emergency department efficiency

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- FormFast, a leading provider of enterprise workflow solutions, today announced an agreement with T-System, a provider of emergency medicine content and workflow solutions. The collaboration will allow FormFast clients in the emergency department to use an electronic version of the T-Sheets paper documentation system in conjunction with FormFast’s workflow software.

This functionality will integrate with the print management portion of FormFast’s software. Through FormFast, ED nurses can enter patient data onto the T-Sheets at the time of admission. Patient demographic information and barcodes populate the T-Sheets, which are then printed for use by ED physicians, who utilize the remaining portions of the T-Sheets template when they examine the patient.

“We are pleased T-System has allowed us to integrate its product into our document management software,” says Rob Harding, president and chief executive officer of FormFast. “This provides added value to our clients in the emergency department who strive to achieve efficiency through automation.”

ABOUT FORMFAST

Since 1992, FormFast software has enabled healthcare organizations to achieve significant process improvement across the enterprise, supporting HR, contract management, rogue clinical processes, risk management and countless other workflows. A top-ranked provider of electronic workflow solutions, FormFast serves more than 850 hospitals internationally. Our software, deployed by our professional service staff under our managed services model, helps healthcare organizations accelerate their progression from time-consuming manual processes to fully automated workflows. FormFast solutions integrate with legacy business systems such as databases, archiving systems and portals, allowing users throughout the organization to gain efficiency, improve coordination of tasks, reduce supply costs, and eliminate errors resulting from misdirected routing, mistakes in form completion and delayed delivery. For more information, visit www.formfast.com.



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