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The Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians of Thuringia uses StepOver's signature pads in 4 large-scale coronavirus vaccination centres and all 29 regional vaccination sites to electronically sign information sheets, medical history forms and vaccination consent forms. Thuringia actively chose electronic signatures for several reasons:
The StepOver signature pad is seamlessly integrated into a web application that is specifically tailored to the healthcare industry. This means that only minimal technical effort is required on site to enable the secure transfer of signature data.
The medical history form is filled out online by the recipient and the data is stored in a QR code, which is read during registration at the vaccination centre and transferred to the vaccination software. The verification of the health data and the consultation take place on site, where the consent is first signed electronically by the recipient and then by the doctor.
Built to withstand wear and tear - the signature pad duraSign Pad Brilliance is designed to handle large signature volumes, equipped with chemically hardened glass and active pen. The housing and pen can be easily and frequently disinfected to prevent the transmission of bacteria and viruses. The recipient and doctor use two different pens on the same signature pad to prevent cross-contamination.
The signature pad supports an ergonomic writing position, with the option for left-handed users to rotate the screen 180°. In addition, the validity of the signature and the authenticity of the signed document can be checked at any time using the PDF/A standard and 4096-bit RSA encryption.
If you want to use electronic signatures for your health-related processes, either with signature pads or via Android or iOS tablets, contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation.