Inform Digital Vault brings together content, systems and processes into one easy to use solution to help educate patient on surgical procedures

It optimizes the consent process by increasing patient engagement and knowledge, improving clinical efficiency, and reducing the risk of future litigation based on consent

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Take consent with confidence
Take consent with confidence

Ensure consistency in the consenting process by allowing EIDO Vault to guide the conversation. Our step by step process will result in consent which is informed and legally valid. Having a guided process means nothing is forgotten or skipped.

Improve patient engagement
Improve patient engagement

Patients are required to engage with the process, acknowledging the information they have received. The patient will approve the notes the clinician makes and will individually endorse specific consent statements, indicating their agreement to the proposed treatment.

Save time on administration
Save time on administration

Reduce the reliance on paper forms and overhead administration. EIDO Vault generates a PDF consent form. The digital documents are automatically stored for later retrieval, saving further scanning and filing of documents after consent has been taken.

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Pre-loaded patient details
Pre-loaded patient details

Once Vault is integrated into your hospital patient administration system, it can provide pre-populated patient details. Alternatively, the patient details can be entered manually

Integrated procedure information
Integrated procedure information

Search from the EIDO library of nearly 400 procedures to create a procedure-specific consent form. Vault will detail all the relevant risks, benefits and alternatives of the procedure, helping the clinician ensure the patient is fully informed.

Unlimited conversation notes
Unlimited conversation notes

Vault provides unlimited space for notes, allowing the clinician to record patient-specific risks and any additional points discussed with the patient. The patient has the opportunity to review the notes and agree that they are an accurate summary of the conversation.

Easy digital signatures
Easy digital signatures

Once the patient has verified their information and is fully informed, they will sign the electronic document with a stylus. The clinician will also sign and both signatures will be included in the final PDF version of the consent form.