Stratusi’s flagship platform, ACCESSPOINT has now been enhanced with the addition of APSign, a web and mobile platform for electronic signature capture and forms delivery.

The APSign web portal is the control center for healthcare personnel who handling incoming registrations and admissions, whether it be via outpatient or via emergency. When a patient arrives and is entered into an EHR, HMS, or another patient management system, APSign receives the information within seconds. The registration agent can then click a Send to Tablet button to send a default set of forms, or add additional forms that may be relevant to the patient. The agent can also see screen images of what the patient is currently viewing, review completed forms, reset forms, and approve completed forms. APSign requires no expensive proprietary hardware because it runs on just about any low-cost tablet including Apple iPads, Android tablets and Microsoft Surface.

Patient Experience
From a patient’s perspective, they view a complete form image on a common tablet device known for its ease of use, and are presented with simple to use navigational controls, and large areas for signing.

System Integration
APSign interfaces bi-directionally with HMS, EHR, EMR and other Practice/Patient Management Systems via the HL7 messaging standard. Whether your organization uses Cerner, Epic, or any other common system, most likely it supports HL7 communications. Naturally, forms completed in APSign also integrate with the AccessPoint platform and are automatically indexed by the patient name, medical record number, service date, and any other data element desired.

Data Security
Stratusi recognizes the importance of data security and privacy, and we make it a priority to take our users’ security and privacy concerns seriously. APSign and AccessPoint use some of the most advanced technology for Internet security that is commercially available today, and we have been certified by the HITRUST Alliance. The HITRUST CSF is the most widely adopted security framework in the U.S. healthcare industry, and it leverages nationally and internationally accepted standards including ISO, NIST, PCI and HIPAA to ensure a comprehensive set of baseline security controls.