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SOURCE: Elliott Data Systems, Inc.
Elliott Data Systems, Inc. has released two new software solutions, Express Enrollment and Express Dispense, to public health departments and emergency first responders across the United States. These solutions are designed to enhance the automated patient enrollment and medication dispensing process used by Elliott’s Clinic Manager Solution during an emergency response prophylaxis event quickly and efficiently.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Elliott Data Systems, Inc., an expert in the development and integration of the Mobile Solutions™ line of identification, accountability, and tracking solutions, released their new Express Enrollment and Express Dispense software today. These two web based software solutions provide an automated, online self enrollment and efficient medication dispensing process that results in a faster, more streamlined experience for patients and staff at POD locations during a prophylaxis event. The Express Enrollment & Dispense software is integrated with Elliott's Clinic Manager Solution to enhance enrollment and medication management while tracking public health events.
With this solution in place, local public health departments may direct the public to an Express Enrollment website where patients enter their demographic information and fill out a medical questionnaire. The Express Enrollment software generates recommended medication for each person based on the medical data entered. The information is stored on a QR bar code tag which is included in a voucher and printed by the patient. The patient then brings their voucher to a local POD location to have scanned using the Express Dispense software. Public Health staff reviews the collected data and confirms the medication recommendation. Medication is then scanned and distributed to the patient.
Patients who have not enrolled prior to arriving at a local POD location may be directed to the Express Enrollment website to self enroll online before printing their voucher and moving on to the Express Dispense station. Elliott Data Systems, Inc. recommends using a number of enrollment kiosk stations to avoid long lines.
“Express Enrollment and Express Dispense provides a simpler approach to gathering important information from each person during a public health event and managing long lines of people eager to get their medication. By streamlining the process and providing a more accommodating way for the public to enroll, both patients and public health staff have a positive experience and the public is served faster and with fewer obstacles.” – Josh Dunbar, President, Elliott Data Systems, Inc.
This solution provides a more user-friendly and faster automated enrollment process, gathers valuable patient data using fewer resources and processes that data before dispensing medication in a secure and efficient manner. Public Health departments are able to better utilize their staff and ensure a successful workflow when servicing the public during a prophylaxis event.
About Elliott Data Systems, Inc.
Elliott Data Systems, Inc. is a Mobile Solutions™ systems developer and integrator with expertise in deployment of Mobile Security, Positive ID, Accountability and Tracking Solutions. Express Enrollment and Express Dispense is now available to purchase through Elliott Data Systems or a number of business partners located throughout the United States. Elliott and their Certified Solution Partners are trained and certified to provide professional services including consultations, user training and technical support for Elliott Mobile Solutions™ identification and accountability solutions. To learn more, contact Jason Rezabek, Mobile Solutions Sales Manager 1-888-345-8511 jrezabek(at)elliottdata(dot)com or visit http://www.elliottmobilesolutions.com to find a Certified Mobile Solutions Provider near you.
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