US-based healthcare services provider Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has selected Tonic Health to provide an iPad- and web-based data collection platform to manage patient information.
The platform is said to enable the hospital to improve processes such as registration, screening and managing patient populations over time.
Tonic Health’s solution features an easy-to-use survey builder designed to allow providers to create, manage and edit all surveys and forms across their enterprise.
The solution also allows health care providers to analyse and act upon the results in real time.
Tonic Health CEO Sterling Lanier said: "We are excited about working with Wake Forest Baptist in helping them redefine the patient experience to both improve care and boost outcomes.
"We love working with innovators and we are proud to be able to collaborate with one of the most cutting-edge health systems in the country."
According to Tonic Health, the web-based platform eliminates the clipboard and optimises secure patient data collection including patient intake, real-time patient screening and risk assessment, patient satisfaction, patient education and longer-term patient-reported outcomes.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center chief information officer Chad Eckes said: "At Wake Forest Baptist, we are dedicated to providing the very best and most innovative care.
"As we look to improve patient outcomes across our health system, we need to be proactive in managing our patients’ care journey over the long term.
"Tonic Health’s simple and friendly platform is seemingly unique in its ability to let us interact with patients in secure, new and powerful ways that help us achieve this goal."
Additionally, the medical centre is set to integrate the technology into its system-wide electronic health record, WakeOne, in order to secure patient information.