Written by Heather Greenizan, System Application Coordinator, Health Information Management – Clinical Forms Services

We are upgrading our clinical form printing system to a web-based version of FormImprint called Web FormImprint (WFI) with new benefits for users.

We are upgrading our clinical form printing system to a web-based version of FormImprint called Web FormImprint with new benefits for users. To assist with the change in process we will be visiting sites and providing resource handouts. The former FormImprint system will remain available on an interim basis during the upgrade.

How do you access Web FormImprint resources?

Web FormImprint resources, including the manual and quick reference guide, will be at the top of each site’s homepage Jobtree for quick reference. You can also access new training resources and a video by going to Clinical Forms Services on FH Pulse. Super users can also be contacted for support at your site via Patient Registration or Records Management Departments.

Benefits of the new web-based tool:

  • Faster service for adding new users
  • Defaults to the site ‘All’ category
  • Easy to sort fields
  • South/East and North are combined – view forms for all sites
  • Larger form images – easier to view
  • Easier search function on the patient grid (right side of screen)
  • The print copies button is visible and easy to change
  • Thin client end users can now view form images

The biggest change coming is how easy it will be to select your MEDITECH location-specific view. The new screens will look like the former screens – sites/forms on the left and patient grid on the right. And the concept is the same – pick a patient, pick a form, or pack of forms, and print. It’s that easy!

On behalf of the Forms on Demand project team, thank you for your time and patience while we transition over to Web FormsImprint.

Please note: You will not be able to log into the new system until June 22. For more information, contact: clinicalforms.services@fraserhealth.ca.


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