FormAssembly Aids Alosa Health in Educating Healthcare Field Workers
Case Study Snapshot
Alosa Health is a company that strives to put new medical research into the hands of more medical practitioners. Alosa recognized the need to streamline how they collected feedback from clinicians out in the field. By empowering their network of clinical educators with simplified FormAssembly forms, they were able to gain flexibility and showcase proven results.
About Alosa Health
- Brings evidence-based practical information to doctors, nurses, and other healthcare practitioners
- Develops academic detailing programs (one-on-one educational outreach) to improve prescribing practices
- Upholds a contract-based business model working with partners at state, regional, and city health departments, health systems, and payors
sheets of paper (approximate) saved per year
practitioner visits (per program) per month
active education programs in 2018
Burdensome Forms and Missing Conclusions
Simplification, Flexibility, and Results
While their use case has evolved over time, one of the biggest results of using FormAssembly for Alosa Health has been a simplification of their administrative processes. Not only have they removed the step of cumbersome data entry, but Edelberg reported that they were even able to free up physical office space since they no longer had to have storage for paper documents.
By using FormAssembly, Alosa can now send clinical educators out into the field with an iPad that has a pre-built web form and is set up as a desktop icon. This provides an easy route to collecting valuable survey information on-site.
When Alosa reports findings, they’re using data that FormAssembly helps them collect.