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Increase Efficiency With Electronic Signatures for Healthcare

To provide efficient and high quality care, healthcare providers rely on accurate and complete medical records. Having paperwork in order is essential to bill Medicare and insurance companies, and your company's operations would stop if credentials weren’t maintained. Join top healthcare organizations who are using SIGNiX to streamline physician credentialing and patient onboarding.

Speed up Payment

Insurance companies require signatures on important documents before they will authorize payment. Delays in getting documents filled out and signed can mean delays in payment. With SIGNiX, you can speed up the process so you can get paid faster.

Streamline Patient Onboarding

Paper patient forms are a big obstacle to the adoption of electronic medical records, and they can be a hassle for patients and staff. Forms have to be scanned or re-keyed, handwritten notes can be hard to read and patients often forget to fill out essential information. With SIGNiX, patients can’t submit a document until the forms are 100% complete, and all data can be automatically sent to your back-end systems, enabling end-to-end electronic medical record processing.

Upgrade the Credentialing Process

Nurses and doctors can't practice medicine until all of their credentialing forms are in place, and re-credentialing is also a time-consuming process. Mailing or faxing paper documents can slow the process down, but it doesn't have to be that way. With SIGNiX, you can get documents signed on any device with an Internet connection. That means you can get staff in place faster and easily renew their credentials over time.

Enjoy the Best in Privacy and Security

SIGNiX offers the very best security and privacy in the industry, helping healthcare providers meet all compliance requirements. Every document comes with a highly-detailed audit trail and a tamper-evident seal

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