IBM Forms Experience Builder: Improving the healthcare industry
Colleen Burns 120000C4RP email@example.com | | Tags:  solutions exceptional_web_experienc... portal ibm_forms_experience_buil... martin_lechleider
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While the pace of business and the speed of content creation continue to accelerate, so does the demand to engage your audiences through rich and personalized digital experiences on multiple devices. Next week at our Exceptional Web Experience event in Chicago, you will hear from a number of companies who are implementing emerging Web capabilities for their customers and employees. Children's Medical Center Dallas, the seventh largest pediatric healthcare provider in the nation, will explain how they have improved their disease management approach by using IBM Forms Experience Builder to quickly create personalized web forms as part of their patients’ website for tracking common healthcare documentation, like diet logs, journals and even healthcare pre-visit questionnaires.
IBM Forms Experience Builder
Web forms are an important part of any engaging Web experience. Along with social and dynamic web content, Web forms are one of the key ways we engage users. I will host a session at the conference – aimed at the non-technical user - where I will explain how the new IBM Forms Experience Builder can be used to develop and deploy Web form apps as part of an overall Web experience.
Whether it's for gaining customer feedback, increasing enrollments or even generating new business, Forms Experience Builder can assist you in gathering the customer input that will help your site succeed. With nothing more than a browser, non-technical users can create highly functional Web applications that can be added to their site as standalone apps, with IBM WebSphere Portal or with IBM Connections. IT professionals will appreciate the modern web architecture and how it can be extended with standard Web development skills. Business users will love its agility and ease of use improving their responsiveness to market changes. .
With the introduction of Forms Experience Builder which builds dynamic forms and applications using a Web-based interface, you can design a form, set roles to create a workflow, deploy the application, and review submitted results all from a single interface. It makes creating forms easier than ever before by dramatically reducing the time and effort required to deliver compelling, interactive applications. The simple Web-based user interface allows any Web designer to quickly assemble a series of application screens, capture data into a relational database and orchestrate notifications using an integrated workflow. Data captured in Forms Experience Builder can be easily integrated into existing line-of-business systems using a drag-and-drop Web service interface. Once users submit forms, you can sort incoming data for export to a spreadsheet program.
You can also combine Forms Experience Builder with new social capabilities announced last week in IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal.
I hope you’ll join us at the Exceptional Web Experience event in Chicago. If you are there, check out session - BUS – S06 on May 20. Business managers from Children's Medical Center Dallas are planning to share their design process and demonstrate Forms Experience Builder by showing examples of their electronic documents. See for yourself how their social healthcare strategies are delivering business value – and changing lives.
You can read more about it in the announcement letter.
See it in action:
Watch how Children’s Medical Center is leveraging IBM’s portal and online forms technology to let parents manage their children's care online. They shared this video with IBM Connect attendees in January.