Inking:
Posted: 11 August 2004 02:32 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Forms based inking will be complete in 2 weeks. It will allow any
custom form to be signed using a TabletPC. This feature was
completed in 6.0 but was not released—the ink was being saved in
a seperate file, not allowing the document to be viewed outside of
eCW. In the recent enhancement the ink is part of the form and can
be viewed by any image viewer. There are some technical edges to
iron out—I will keep you posted.

Also. Outlook integration is complete allowing the user to
synchronize a pocketpc will the eCW scheduler.


—- In .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), “Chris O’Connor, M.D.”
<droconnor@m…> wrote:
> Mark brings up a good point. Many of us would like to have
patients sign of
> the TPC, but that requires inking.
>
> Rahul, is inking going to make it for v6.5? When I spoke to
Girish in May,
> he said they were very close, and your last e-mail said 2 weeks
away.
>
> Chris
>
>———-Original Message———-
>
> From: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
> Date: 08/11/04 07:08:54
> To: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
> Subject: RE: [eClinicalWorks] General Surgeons
>
> I intend to incorporate operative consents as a document in the
EMR and have
> the patients sign it on a tablet pc. This can then be sent along
with the
> physicals and orders to the hospital. These can be group into a
folder
> which can be faxed as a group from the EMR. By automating this
process we
> hope to make the paperwork for surgery a little easier.
>
> Mark C. Cullen, M. D.
>
> Georgia Sports Medicine
>
>——-Original Message——-
> From: Peggy DePew [mailto:tickerbandit@y…]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 11:52 PM
> To: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
> Subject: [eClinicalWorks] General Surgeons
>
> Are there any General Surgeons out there using eCW. We just went
live
> August 2, 2004. Wondering if there are any templates created
specifically
> for General Surgeons. The surgeon I work for needs to have
informed consent
> as part of her History and Physical note to the hospital, but does
not show
> as one in eCW. Currently we have the patient sign the informed
consent and
> scan into eCW and then fax to the hospital, but also keep the
original
> signed consent because of HIPAA. I would be glad to sign, scan
and shred -
> but I need to see that in writing. After all what is the purpose
of EMR if
> we have to save any paperwork? Any helpful hints from a General
Surgeons
> office would be greatly appreciated.
>
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