Shareable Ink makes going electronic effortless for healthcare organizations of all sizes. Without disrupting the source of health information – patients or clinicians – we produce actionable and interoperable data.
We believe in the overarching goal of electronic health records – to globally improve health quality and reduce costs. Shareable Ink brings a unique approach to EHR – one that preserves the productivity of the physician and the rich clinical context of the patient encounter, while generating the structured data needed for deep insight and prediction.
We follow three key tenets:
- Facilitate clinically-rich documentation
- Liberate the data for sharing
- Predict the needs of the physician and patient
By providing clinicians – and patients – with fast, familiar documentation tools -- which we call “natural input” -- the documentation becomes an automatic byproduct of the patient encounter rather than a separate, time-consuming event. Whether iPad, digital pen, or online forms, each clinician or patient can select the tool that best suits his or her personal style and work environment.
Shareable Ink’s enterprise (“private”) cloud platform manages the processing of user inputs, regardless of the documentation tool used. Clinical documentation is immediately codified, structured, and aggregated. This data can be shared within systems inside the four walls of the organization, external databases, and national registries.
Shareable Ink goes beyond the mere capture and sharing of clinical information. Data generated from clinically-rich documentation fuels business intelligence and retrospective analysis to help decisions with confidence. In addition, predictive analytics helps anticipate the needs of each physician and patient.
Whether you are a physician in private practice, a hospital-based physician group, or a hospital needing an easier way to go electronic in hard-to-automate areas, Shareable Ink has solutions to deliver the benefits of electronic data without disrupting workflow or compromising the full narrative of the patient encounter.