Capture secure, auditable and compliant e-signatures without paper or ink. Electronic signature is one of the fastest ways to cut paper, and the costs and risks of using it. That’s assuming you choose the right product—one that’s mobile, integrated, flexible and secure. Access E-signatures check all those boxes.
Here are the other benefits:
- “Sign Here” with ease
Access E-signatures apply paper-like wet e-signatures onto an e-form or capture them independently using a stylus or finger like a pen—on any touch-enabled device.
- Use any device from any location
Declare your freedom from paper and software limitations with web-based e-signatures that can be collected anywhere inside or outside your network (registration, bedside, clinical floors, business areas and even from home). Our software works in concert with your HIS, ERP, ECM and other systems for seamless IT continuity. And you can use any device too—mobile tablets and smartphones running Apple iOS, Windows or Android; LCD pads; PCs; kiosks; WOWs (workstations on wheels); and more.
- Obtain multiple signatures easily
You can collect as many signatures as you need in a single e-form interaction or within a multistep workflow process, routing the signed e-form automatically wherever it needs to go next.
- Guarantee the integrity of e-signatures
The entire e-form, or just portions of the e-form that require signatures, are locked each time it’s signed, ensuring that it cannot be altered or tampered with. You can attach files to a signed e-form (photos, scanned IDs and more) for identity verification. Network users are always validated against current, verified data—a secure authentication process. Signatures also receive a time-and-date stamp and can be tracked throughout the e-form’s life cycle.
- Bind e-signatures and data together
When you collect an e-signature, you also capture all of the discrete data that goes along with it (date, time, location, device, signer and as on). It’s also linked with all of the content that’s contained in an accompanying e-form, which can be stored inside an ECM system or shared with other applications automatically.