Informed consent paperless

The informed consent requires the written form in certain circumstances; this also implies the need of obtaining the sign of the patient as proof of consent. This need to include the hand-written sign makes difficult the dematerialization process of this informed consent and, as a consequence, has an effect on the consecution of a complete...
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Media reports on the deployment of ViD Signer in ILO

ViD Signer increasingly more interest. It’s evidenced by the appearance in various media publications which include Validated ID’s project that has developed in ILO (eye clinic) with the deployment of the service ViD Signer. Also, magazines from two important catalan organizations: PIMEC (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises of Catalonia) ACES (Catalan Association of Health Organizations)...
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The validity of handwritten signatures

It is at least paradoxical to doubt about the the validity of a handwritten signature saying that it isn’t equivalent to a “qualified electronic signature” whose “raison d’etre” is precisely its equivalence to a handwritten signature. Convoluted, ins’t it? We should not forget this basic premise: handwritten electronic signatures (biometrics, digital or any other word...
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