In this review, we see how Wacom's sign and save, software and signature tablet solution, is helping the healthcare industry move toward a paperless workflow.
One thing I love about blogging is that on occasion you get access to all sorts of cool toys to try out and write about. Ok, my inner geek is coming out that I call these toys. Others probably call them useful devices for work. However, you look at it, I was excited when Wacom asked if I was interested in trying out the Wacom Sign&Save signature pad.
I’ve long been a fan of the signature pad since I implemented one at check-in kiosks about 5 years ago. I was amazed at how a signature pad could remove so much paper from the office. Turns out the same is true for my HealthcareScene.com business. The only time I really have to print something out is when I have to sign the paper. This always annoys me since I basically sign the paper and then scan the signed paper back into my computer so I can send the signed document to someone.