Adobe Sign Enhances E-Signatures for Healthcare and Life Sciences

by Mike Prizament

posted on 06-02-2020

Now more than ever, we recognize that your company needs to minimize business interruption, maintain business continuity, and build resilience for the future. This is especially critical for highly regulated industries like financial services, government, as well as healthcare and life sciences. Security and compliance have never been more important, especially as employees rapidly move to working remotely.

Today, we’re announcing new advancements in Adobe Sign that include readiness for industry standards in digital documents and e-signatures in healthcare and life sciences. These enhancements can help companies be even more productive by adopting e-signatures.

This is especially important for companies that need to comply with the US FDA regulation, 21 CFR Part 11, which oversees the use of digital documents and e-signatures in healthcare and life sciences. The business of healthcare and life sciences is highly regulated, and with these enhancements users can sign critical forms without worrying if the full digital process meets 21 CFR Part 11 requirements. This allows you to focus on helping your remote teams stay productive, not the technology.

Here’s how Adobe Sign meets the needs for health and life sciences right now:

“At Montrium, we believe that life sciences organizations deserve services and solutions that are as modern, well-designed, easy-to-use and accessible as the ones we use in our personal lives. Now, with the new enhancements to Adobe Sign, we’re pleased to help life sciences organizations jump-start use of e-signatures for GxP and other processes,” said Michael Zwetkow, Montrium Vice President – Professional Services & Alliances

In addition to these enhancements for life sciences, we’re continuing to invest in helping customers of all sizes and industries be more productive and secure with the broad set of tools in Sign:

Learn more about signing up for a trial of Sign here. If you’re already a Sign customer, these enhancements are automatically available to you to start using today.

We recognize that technology can play a critical role by helping you enable remote work without sacrificing productivity or collaboration. We’re here to help you and your remote teams get up and running quickly in these unprecedented times. We hope that Sign can help you manage your documents and e-signatures a little easier today.

Topics: News, Healthcare, Industry

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