There has been a lot of change for patient documentation software vendor Shareable Ink during the past year.

The company historically has sold a documentation system that uses specialized paper and pens that enable clinicians to write on printed forms and have the writing captured and converted to electronic data. More than half of clients still use this technology, but increasing numbers of new and existing customers are opting for an iPad version that came out during 2013 and has become the preferred way to document, says Laurie McGraw, president and CEO.

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