DevelopIQ are delighted to announce the integration of the PaperIQ digital pen platform with NDL's ground-breaking BlackBerry application, "Care in Motion". Designed to reduce and simplify the administration of delivering care in the community, "Care in Motion" saves time & money, frees up front-line care time and improves field-based data collection.
This new integration now ensures that forms completed with an Anoto digital pen during a patient visit are always linked to the "Care in Motion" visit information and that processed digital pen forms and associated data can be held against the right patient record in the main back-end Patient Administration System.
Commenting on the launch for NDL, Declan Grogan, Managing Director said "There is a very significant demand for Anoto digital pen technology in the NHS right now and particularly for community healthcare. We are delighted to announce this exclusive arrangement to provide tight integration between the PaperIQ digital pen and the "Care In Motion" application on BlackBerry".
Robert Bakewell, CEO at DevelopIQ said "right now simple yet effective mobile applications that free time to care are in high demand across the NHS. Scheduling patient visits and effective capture of patient data are top of the list for requested applications and we are very excited and optimistic about the prospects our partnership with NDL.