Healthcare organizations that want to use web forms to collect information online must adopt security measures that protect sensitive data and meet compliance requirements. Unsecured web forms can provide easy access for hackers to infiltrate and collect confidential information. LuxSci developed HIPAA-compliant SecureForms to permit the safe collection of patient data online. Using SecureForms allows organizations the flexibility to safely move workflows online.
SecureForm seamlessly integrates with current web or PDF forms. SecureForm is compatible with any CMS (including WordPress), as well as custom-coded pages made using HTML, PHP, JAVA, and any other language. Data can be saved in multiple formats: plain text, two-column html, CSV (Excel), XML, refilled custom templates (HTML, XML, or other), and refilled PDF templates (even with data from Web forms).
LuxSci also offers Ink Signatures for forms. These capture the authentic handwritten signatures of anyone filling out a SecureForm-enabled web form. There's no special software or technical knowledge required. Anyone can sign with a mouse, a stylus, or a touchscreen. This user-friendly feature provides an easy way to add legally binding signatures to forms and are much easier to implement than other digital signature technologies.
The SecureForm FormBuilder is a web interface that allows individuals to configure and customize forms without coding knowledge. SecureForm protects data during transmission, using TLS encryption, and at rest, using PGP and/or AES encryption.
Yes. SecureForm integrates with any web or PDF form hosted anywhere. A few minutes is all that it takes to update an existing form to send its data to SecureForm for processing and delivery or storage.
No. You can keep your web site where it is and either integrate its existing forms with SecureForm, or link your site to forms saved in SecureForm FormBuilder.
SecureForm will transmit or save your form data in any combination of formats: plain text, two-column HTML, CSV (Excel), XML, refilled custom templates (HTML, XML, or other), and re-filled PDF templates (even with the data from web form submissions).
SecureForm can transmit or save your form data to many different locations (Integrations). See: How SecureForm Works.
We do not manage or migrate your forms. You or your web designer can migrate your existing forms, make new forms hosted elsewhere, or use SecureForm visual form builder to make and host new forms.
You don't need programming skills when using the SecureForm visual form builder or PDF forms. When designing or updating your existing/external web forms, you or your web designer will have to edit a couple of lines of HTML code to direct the form submissions to SecureForm; if a content management system such as Gravity Forms for Wordpress generates or dynamically manages your forms, then you may need a little coding to integrate SecureForm.
Pricing is based on the number of forms and number of submissions per day. See the Compare Plans. The tiers are:
For larger limits, please contact sales.
When using SecureForm, data transmits from the end-user's browser (or PDF) to LuxSci, encrypted using strong TLS ciphers. Once it arrives, what happens next depends on the integrations you configure; the security of the results is then, to a certain degree, your choice. For example:
You do not need your own TLS certificate to use SecureForm; however, if you are hosting your forms on your own website, we do recommend that you secure that site with TLS to protect your form pages themselves from alteration/hacking before getting to your end users.
SecureForm includes detailed reports of all successful form posts, and of many kinds of post failures (including emailed alerts of important types of failures). If saving your data to a hosted database, SecureForm provides an audit trail of views and deletions (if such are permitted) of all rows of posted data accessed via our API or or Web-based Form Database viewer.
Yes. SecureForm has an API that allows listing, downloading, and optional deletion of SecureForm data saved to a hosted database. See: LuxSci's API.