Healthcare organizations collect large amounts of personal health information (PHI) in order to deliver quality care to patients. From patient intake forms to health history forms and beyond, it’s important for this data to be collected efficiently and securely.
With FormAssembly’s HIPAA compliant web form builder and data collection platform, healthcare organizations are able to save time and money while improving the overall patient experience. In this webinar, we’ll show you how California Health Corps leveraged FormAssembly to mobilize healthcare providers and resources during COVID-19. Watch the webinar on demand or read the recap below.
What you’ll learn
In this webinar, Paul Lazatin, Head of Partnerships at FormAssembly, and Crystal Saetern, Principal Consultant at Slalom, share ideas for how to mobilize healthcare resources with better data and forms.
Paul and Crystal explain how better data processes can be transformative for healthcare organizations that need to quickly deliver quality care to patients while keeping a close eye on security and compliance. They’ll discuss:
- How better data allows healthcare organizations to address new challenges and send resources where they’re desperately needed
- How to solve common healthcare data pain points (including internal disorganization, lack of mobility, time-consuming manual data processing, research backlogs, and more)
- How California Health Corps used FormAssembly to mobilize 700 healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic
About FormAssembly for healthcare
FormAssembly’s HIPAA-compliant Compliance Cloud plan is the ideal data collection solution for healthcare organizations that need a more streamlined, user-friendly, and secure way to collect and process PHI. Healthcare organizations all over the world use FormAssembly for a wide range of use cases, including secure patient history forms, Salesforce-connected registration forms, vaccination forms, and so much more.
Learn more about how FormAssembly can help your organization transform healthcare data collection processes at the link below.