For ACCESS, a Specialty Animal Hospital, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is more than a buzzword. At ACCESS, they know that developing processes that are more environmentally friendly is good for both the planet and for their team.
With the growing role of data in our business and everyday lives, security and privacy have never been more important, and nowhere is it more critical than in healthcare environments. In addition to ethical considerations, healthcare companies are subject to strict regulatory compliance regulations such as HIPAA. Fortunately, many document solutions available today offer features that help healthcare organizations stay compliant while improving efficiency.
What is HIPAA?
Many offices considering the move from paper toward digital document management look forward to saving time, money, and space through this transformation. It’s extremely beneficial to move your files and records from dozens of file cabinets to a small hard drive (or even the cloud!), but how do you maintain access to all of your information once it’s been digitized? This is made possible by optical character recognition (OCR).
As we move to an increasingly data-dependent world, data backup and disaster recovery strategies are more important to organizations than ever. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) estimates that after a disaster, more than 40 percent of affected businesses never reopen. Of those that do make it, fewer than one in three are still operating after two years.
Black and white printers may seem like modest machines, but these little workhorses are efficient and effective…if you know how to leverage their strengths. Read on to learn how to make the most of your small- and medium-sized business’s black and white devices.
When to Use Black and White
At Document Systems, we feel extremely fortunate to be in a position to help local non-profit organizations make our community a better place. By doing what we do best—reducing expenses and improving print capabilities—we’re able to help amazing organizations like Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties do what they do best: make wishes come true for children with life-threatening illnesses.
Purchasing new office equipment can seem like a big deal, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. With a little preparation, you can easily decide what machines make the most sense for your business’ size and workflows.
Follow these few key steps, and you’ll be up and running in no time!
1. Assess your needs.
Modern businesses create and manage more digital documents than ever. So many, in fact, that it’s easy for your business data to spiral out of control. Fortunately, electronic document management solutions can help. With document management, you leverage a central software system to store, access, analyze, share, and publish your documents efficiently.
If you’re ready to move past difficult-to-follow naming conventions, lost files, and complicated collaboration, learn how document management can keep you organized.
Document management is a critical organizational component for any business. What many fail to do, however, is utilize their document management solution for improving workflows, instead using it simply to store and warehouse their data. By capitalizing on the full power of document management technology, your company can streamline workflows, track processes, and make sure nothing falls through the cracks.The following is an overview of document management workflow.
As technology progresses, the capabilities of office equipment expand while size shrinks. In the office of yesterday, each technological function required its own specialized device. Not unlike cellular phones—which today handle the functions of music player, web browser, camera, flashlight, video player, book reader, and telephone—the modern office printer is smarter, faster, and smaller than ever, taking on the work of multiple devices. Meet the office workhorse: the modern multifunction printer (MFP).