Document Management Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Secure Electronic Exchange Of CCDA Documents Accomplished With Implementation

    Serving a 15-county area in central and northern New York, Crouse Hospital is a private, not-for-profit hospital licensed for 506 acute-care beds and 57 bassinets. The hospital treats more than 23,000 patients on an inpatient basis, 66,000 emergency- services patients, and 250,000 patients on an outpatient basis annually.

  2. Intelligent Automation Eliminates Manual Data Entry

    A new breed of recognition technology can automate the processing of complex documents that contain printed and cursive writing.

  3. Empowering Better Outcomes Across The Healthcare Enterprise

    Hyland Software gives your healthcare organization access to accurate, timely and complete information, increasing quality of care and service and lowering operational costs. That way, you create a lean operation with processes that align with the interests of the patients and community.

  4. Healthcare Network Eliminates 8,000 HR-Related Paper Transactions

    Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not-for-profit organization with a mix of acute care facilities and outpatient centers. Their primary mission is to provide compassionate, high-quality healthcare to the greater Philadelphia region.

  5. Integration Of ECM With EMR Facilitates Best Practices

    Named to Hospitals & Health Networks magazine’s “Most Wired” healthcare systems list 14 of the past 16 years, Sharp HealthCare (Sharp) has a long history of innovation. It developed a lab system in the early 1970s, implemented clinical documentation in 1985, deployed an enterprise content management (ECM) solution in its claims department in 2003 and initiated a five-year rollout of an electronic medical record (EMR) in its hospitals in 2006.

  6. Intermountain Healthcare Minimizes The Impact Of Hardcopy Paper On Their Business

    Intermountain Healthcare is a nonprofit health system based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with 22 hospitals, about 1,100 employed primary care and secondary care physicians at more than 185 clinics in the Intermountain Medical Group, a broad range of clinics and services, and health insurance plans from SelectHealth. They are the largest healthcare provider in the Intermountain West, with over 33,000 employees and serving the healthcare needs of Utah and southeastern Idaho residents.

  7. Keeping Data In Motion: How HIPAA Affects Electronic Transfer Of Protected Health Information

    It is difficult to overestimate the impact that the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has had on healthcare organizations. Patients have no doubt benefited from its security and privacy provisions, but the HIPAA regulations have also posed significant challenges – and risks – for hospitals, insurers, medical practices, individual clinicians and a variety of related businesses.

  8. Isn’t It Time To Get Rid Of Your Fax Machines?

    Each week, healthcare organizations exchange thousands upon thousands of pages of patient- and business-related data. Even with the adoption of electronic medical record (EMR) systems and other critical health information technology (HIT) systems, the preferred method of transfer in the healthcare industry remains the fax machine.

  9. Secure Business Communications: Protecting Sensitive Data

    Information privacy is a constant challenge for organisations. Do you consider your electronic communications to be secure?

  10. Digital Document Delivery And Management: Achieving Compliance, Security And Improved Patient Care

    The secure and efficient electronic capture, management and delivery of patient information are the foundation to achieving the transformative goals of improving quality of care and patient safety.