Dallas, TX – February 21, 2017: QliqSOFT, Inc., a leading provider of clinical communication and secure texting solutions today announced the release of Qliq Snap & Sign, a new mobile solution that allows doctors and nurses to securely create, sign and send documents. Qliq Snap & Sign incorporates PDF technology into the Qliq Secure Texting app and is available for both iOS and Android users.
Faxing is still very common in clinical workflows, especially during care transitions, causing major inconveniences to nurses and other providers who just require a simple signature to keep healthcare progressing for their patients. Clinicians can open PDF documents in Snap & Sign, complete form fields and insert a signature. The documents are returned quickly by secure texting and can even be uploaded directly to the EMR. Home healthcare workers can now share and sign PDFs from the field without having to travel to office locations. Clinicians can easily apply their signature to authorizations without having to step away from their daily routines and fax those documents back to the appropriate reciepient. With Qliq Snap & Sign, valuable, often life-saving time will no longer be wasted by nurses trying to track down a doctor for a signature.“Healthcare companies can finally break free from tracking down signatures and faxing documents,” says Krishna Kurapati, cybersecurity expert and QliqSOFT CEO. “Snap & Sign is extremely secure and allows so many nurses, doctors and home health workers to improve the quality of instant communication and collaboration that they have with one another.”The launch of Qliq Snap & Sign coincides with the healthcare industry’s annual HIMSS conference in Orlando, where QliqSOFT is showcasing this feature, along with it’s entire family of clinical collaboration solutions. To learn more about Qliq Snap & Sign, CLICK HERE.About QliqSOFT, Inc.QliqSOFT is THE Clinical Collaboration Solution, with mobile apps for secure messaging, healthcare texting, clinical collaboration, on-call scheduling, HIPAA compliant mobile scan and sign, and pager replacement. Our HIPAA compliant platform helps doctors and nurses connect with each other, patients, and caregivers in entirely new ways. For more information about QliqSOFT, please visit www.qliqsoft.com.Media ContactBen HensonDirector of Marketinge: email@example.com: 770-688-4689
A lifelong communicator, this Tennessee native got his start in broadcast news before branching out into public media, corporate, communications, digital advertising, and integrated marketing. Prior to joining QliqSOFT as the company's first marketing team member, Ben shared his talents with organizations that include the University of Alabama, iHeartMedia, and The Kroger Company.
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