Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh (CHP) contracted Flipside to create a wireless tablet touchscreen-based screening, data collection and analysis system for use in CHP office waiting rooms. The questions to be asked were based on the Bright Futures national initiative, but were highly customized for this implementation. Flipside used its ScoreMD platform to create the Interactive Wellness System (IWS, later branded as EnterVue:Pediatrics) that allows children's parents to answer a battery of questions about their child while in the waiting room. The data was collected and analyzed locally, and two reports were instantly printed. The patient report gave information to the parent gave information to the parent about their child and the doctor report gave information to the doctor that could be used when subsequently meeting with the patient.