Louisville docs pick Shareable Ink

The clinical documentation software developed by Nashville-based Shareable Ink has been chosen by anesthesiologists who are part of University of Louisville Physicians. About 45 doctors across 20 operating rooms will use Shareable Ink's products as they transition to a pay-for-performance world.

University of Louisville Physicians anesthesiologists and their care teams will now use Shareable Ink’s pen to document data digitally by entering information directly onto electronic versions of forms they already are using. The data will then be immediately available to any of their providers who need access to treat a patient. University of Louisville Physicians will also participate in ShareMU, Shareable Ink’s Meaningful Use program for anesthesiologists.