New Adobe software could help healthcare go paperless

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Adobe Systems has announced a series of software integrations that could boost efficiency and productivity for the healthcare industry. The Silicon Valley software company unveiled Adobe Sign, a mobile app that can help organizations move to a completely digital system for processing medical forms and applications.

“Every company and organization should be laser-focused on delivering the best customer experience possible, and the best experience does not involve paper,” said Bryan Lamkin, digital media executive vice president and general manager, in the statement.

Adobe also introduced an integration between its Document Cloud storage with Box and Microsoft One Drive, allowing users to more easily access and word on PDF files. The new software integrations could potentially turn complex, form-based processes into mobile-optimized digital operations.