Shareable Ink, founded in 2009, offers software to enable physicians to document treatment at the point of care using digital pens on special paper or tablet computers that capture and convert the writing to structured and unstructured data.
That data can be analyzed, and Stephen Hau, co-founder and chief technology officer--who also founded ancillary software vendor PatientKeeper--says that in the accountable care era the data has quickly become valuable to more than just the physicians.
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