Computhink - Document Management Solutions/Service Company

Computhink: Medical Document Management Made Easy

Joseph Wharram, President , ComputhinkJoseph Wharram, President , Computhink
An ever increasing number of Medical professionals, Practices, Centers, and Hospitals worldwide utilize Computhink’s Contentverse to alleviate their overwhelming case load and related office document processes in a secure environment. For ease of use, this solution includes options for on-premise and/or cloud deployment. This includes multiple user access options in combination environments, together with integrations for key operational applications. After the average two-week implementation period, customers experience accelerated proficiency with minimal impact to ongoing operations.

Computhink was founded in 1994 to address the emerging need to convert volumes of paper documents to digital and save them in an organized and accountable structure. The company initially offered an off-the-shelf image and document management system that has evolved into a powerful Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution. “Over the years, Computhink products have evolved with technology advancements and the growing needs of various markets,” says Joseph Wharram, President, Contentverse. “Contentverse is extremely flexible and solves business process challenges common to any environment, especially Medical.”

Documents can be scanned, electronically saved, or generated by third party applications, in any format, and saved into Contentverse where they are easily searched and made accessible for collaboration. Access is dependent on security settings providing complete control over what users can and cannot do.

Drag and drop features speed the time for building the knowledge base. Office documents, emails, spreadsheets, PDFs, and electronic forms can be incorporated into new or existing case files with ease. It even enables high speed, production capture as part of the medical documentation or Medical discovery process.

Medical Document Management where speed, simplicity, and ease of use are the norm

Contentverse enables auto indexing of key medical and patient details, storing of files in an intuitive digital file cabinet custom to client’s needs. The software allows retrieval of Patient and other related Medical records quickly by a flexible set of search options. Contentverse supports automatic version control and date/time stamping, enabling medical auditing and/or litigation to select and separate out what is important.

Contentverse comes fully equipped with rules-based workflow, designed to imitate, automate, and accelerate everyday Medical records processing and retention. “Consider the productivity benefits an automated workflow provides: simply drag a report to a folder and it’s automatically routed to appropriate individuals for edits, approvals, and digital signing,” remarks Wharram. “Whether a collaborative effort or a step-by-step approval process, Contentverse will make it happen.” Documents can be secured, actioned, and archived for subsequent retrieval as needed. “If an integration does not exist for your specified software application, we can and will develop it with little or no additional cost,” says Wharram.

Securing files in Contentverse is simple yet compliant with HIPAA and other stringent regulatory requirements. History logs and audit trail files track all activity at the document and system level. “Contentverse includes highly granular security and encrypts files during storage, ensuring that all Medical documents are kept out of the wrong hands while maintaining viability for auditing or litigation purposes,” says Wharram. “It even provides real-time automated notifications of actions and optional digital signature solutions.”

For over two decades, Computhink has and continues to develop and deliver market solutions to solve real life, document-centered challenges. Wharram closes with, “The Company will continue to evolve and grow our solution offerings around customer needs, governmental and industry regulatory requirements, and related technology developments.”