Effective communication requires distributing the right information in the right format at the right time. This is never more true than in the patient care, revenue cycle, and operational processes of a hospital. With Transform® Output for Healthcare, provider organizations gain the ability to generate highly customized communications from standard HIS and ERP output, rendering patient forms, transactional documents and business forms more accurate, efficient and cost-effective.
In addition to extensive composition and personalization features, Transform offers multi-channel distribution and can deliver documents via any method preferred by a hospital’s employees, patients, and suppliers. Documents can be distributed to any printer; sent via email in any industry format, including PDF, PDF/A, XML and HTML; transmitted via any number of industry-standard fax solutions; or delivered to the Web. Transform also supports presentation and localization in multiple languages for multi-cultural communications, as well as PDF digital signing to allow secure electronic delivery for storage within a clinical or enterprise document repository.
The power of Transform® Output for Healthcare can be leveraged as a hospital-wide and healthcare system-wide solution or as a functional or departmental application. With the fully licensed Transform implementation, a hospital can service the document needs of any clinical or business process in the organization. As an alternative, hospitals can also elect to focus on patient identification and automate patient labels and wrist bands with Transform® Labels & Wristbands, or, focus exclusively on automation of transactional documents such as invoices, checks, and purchase orders with Transform® Business Office.
Transform also works in conjunction with Bottomline's complete family of Windows-based document process automation solutions, including Optio’s MedForms® and e.ComIntegrate®, Create!form®, and FormScape® to ensure backwards-compatibility and the integrity of previously developed forms projects.