Logical Ink is an innovative, mobile e-Paper solution that makes the collection and presentation of demographic, clinical and business data fast and easy for patients, caregivers and staff.
Our solution is the only intelligent, truly paperless solution that is mobile, secure and integrated to your healthcare environment.
Delivered via mobile tablets with a pen-based interface, Logical Ink uses utilises digital ink, an interactive forms platform. With active validation at the point of care, as well as colour ink annotation for emphasis and discrete data entry, Logical Ink delivers a user experience that is natural and unrestrictive like paper, with all the benefits of a digital chart.
Logical Ink also uses powerful validation rules to capture critical data, which can be validated and authenticated in real time, even if you are offline and off-site. This means you can improve data accuracy for patient records, and eliminate duplicate data entry or scanning. With enterprise-level security, a full audit trail and HIPAA/FDA compliance, Logical Ink is ideal for healthcare environments including acute care facilities, IDNs, ambulatory care centres, and critical access facilities.
Logical Ink now offers a new e-Signature capture solution, which supports Topaz LCD signature pads for desktop based signature capture.
Key benefits of Logical Ink for healthcare management include:
- Eliminate traditional, pre-printed forms in favour of “electronic paper” that captures both structured information and unstructured annotations, including handwritten notes
- Reduce errors from illegible handwriting, redundant data entry and manual scanning
- Provide off-line access to decrease dependence on active network connectivity and system up-time
- Save staff time and other processing costs by ensuring that information is complete and validated at the point of care
- Embrace mobility so caregivers can stay bedside – a factor critical to quality patient care and improved safety controls
- Deliver captured information via integration to any HIS, EHR, ECM or other clinical database across the healthcare organisation