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Arthritis Associates of South Florida Acquires Access to Patient Health History Faster with Digital Pen Technology from Anoto and NextGen Healthcare
Date:7/10/2012

handwritten information is then converted into electronic data for immediate use.  The solution also helps to achieve meaningful use standards since the forms contain details such as smoking history, race and demographic information.

"Digital pen and paper technology is enabling healthcare organizations like Arthritis Associates of South Florida to increase efficiencies while also helping them to move toward achieving Meaningful Use," said Pietro Parravicini, senior vice president area manager Americas for Anoto. "Digital pens can quickly capture important information and are very easy to use for staff and patients alike, resulting in immediate benefits."

In addition to their current use of the technology, Arthritis Associates of South Florida is looking to expand the combined solution from Anoto and NextGen Healthcare within its practice to collect data for disease activity levels for rheumatoid arthritis. They are currently in the process of developing a template that patients can use to fill out with questions reflecting the active level of their condition. The practice believes this will help doctors more quickly and easily prescribe what is needed to improve patient comfort and outcomes.

About Anoto Group Anoto Group is the company behind and world leading in the unique technology for digital pen and paper, which enables fast and reliable transmission of handwritten text into a digital format. Anoto operates through a global partner network that focuses on user-friendly solutions for efficient capture, transmission and storage of data within different business segments, e.g. healthcare, bank and finance, transport and logistics and education. The Anoto Group has around 100 employees and is headquartered in Lund (Sweden). The comp
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