by Cally Kobza

Real-Time Data Capture: The Power of eForms in Instant Information

Having instant access to essential health data can be the deciding factor in seizing or missing out on an opportunity. In healthcare, where decisions affect lives and outcomes, real-time data capture has become more than just a convenience—it's a necessity. One of the most potent tools in achieving real-time data...

by DB Technology

How to Execute a Successful eForms Implementation

Healthcare organizations have a tremendous amount of paperwork to manage. Hospitals and clinics often rely on paper forms to collect and manage patient information, from patient intake forms to surgical consent forms. Digitizing paper forms is crucial for improving patient experience, streamlining healthcare workflows, and achieving cost-effectiveness. Today, we will...

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Understanding the Impact of Hospital Downtime: Recent News and Concerns

The reliability of digital systems is vital, especially within the healthcare sector. Hospitals rely heavily on technology to provide efficient and quality care to patients. However, recent news reports have highlighted a significant issue plaguing healthcare facilities: EHR downtime. From cyberattacks to difficult EHR system migrations, the causes of downtime...

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News: Ransomware Attack Forces Connecticut Hospital System to Revert to Paper

The healthcare industry has been the target of several Ransomware attacks in recent years, with the Northeastern region of the United States being particularly hard hit. Recently, several hospitals and medical facilities owned by Prospect Medical Holdings in multiple states, including Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Southern California,...

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Department Spotlight: A Day in the Life of dbtech’s Support Team

dbtech believes that our customers' success is our success. This is why our Support Team is dedicated to providing expert support services to help our customers make the most of our products. In this blog, we will shed some light on our Support Team's daily responsibilities, highlight our differentiators, discuss...

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4 Digital Healthcare Tools That Enhance Data Accessibility and Accuracy

Many healthcare organizations are turning to digital healthcare tools like workflow automation and document management systems to better manage data visibility, accuracy, and accessibility. In doing so, healthcare organizations can improve overall operations while ensuring all pertinent data is secure and easily accessible. This post will explore the four tools...

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Going Paperless: How to Maximize Your eForms Solution

The healthcare industry is quickly embracing the power of electronic forms solutions to streamline operations and reduce administrative work. By eliminating paper-based processes, organizations can free up resources and focus on care continuity. dbtech's electronic form solutions help healthcare organizations maximize the use of their eForms, from patient registration to...

by Cally Kobza

Unlock Maximum Efficiency for Patient Registration with eForms

The patient registration process is one of the most important aspects in  healthcare.. This process can be time-consuming and inefficient if you use paper forms. dbtech's eForms software can help improve and streamline this process for your facility. eForms allow you to collect patient information electronically, which makes data entry...

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The ROI of Electronic Forms (eForms)

Eliminating paper cost is important, but typically only accounts for less than half of the total savings. Most importantly, it does not factor the cost of a poor patient experience. Case in point…Patient Registration. There are five key factors need in order to calculate an accurate ROI. 1. Total Registrations...

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Key Considerations for a Successful EHR Migration

There are various reasons why an organization may want to move to a new EHR. However, most often, it's because they need a new system to accommodate changing technology or because their old EHR has become outdated. For healthcare organizations, switching to a new EHR requires thorough consideration and planning...

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