Digital forms released
Briggs Healthcare announced it has completed the eBriggs Long Term Care digital documentation package.
By integrating Briggs Long Term Care forms into an EMR system, facilities will be able to easily transition from traditional paper documentation, the company said. eBriggs allows integration between HTML and advanced PDF technology “to provide users with the Briggs forms they know and trust to be regulatory compliant,” the company said. The forms provide workflow triggers, structured drop-down fields and required mandatory field entry. This increases accuracy and quality of care, the company said.
“The completion of eBriggs digital forms for skilled nursing facilities allows our EMR partners instant relief from the pain of forms design and costly maintenance. EMR providers who partner with Briggs can focus on software workflow and usability, while providing customers with industry approved, time tested forms,” said Jeff Kane, VP of Marketing for Briggs Healthcare.