Document Management Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Hospital Saves Time, Money With OpenText RightFax Fax Over IP

    The University of Kansas Hospital is one of the United States’ leading academic medical centers. The hospital provides clinical experience and residency positions for students in a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. As a 600-bed facility, the hospital retains more than 4,500 employees and 500 physicians.

  2. Cloud Fax Messaging Saves Global Pharmaceutical Company 70% In Operating Costs

    With more than 500 locations and tens of thousands of employees worldwide, this pharmaceutical company needed to find a cost-effective, easy-to-manage solution that could support thousands of users 24x7 with no performance issues. The company’s current environment was becoming obsolete and exceedingly costly to maintain and support.

  3. Colorado Hospitals Simplify Fax Management With OpenText RightFax

    Memorial Health System reduces hardware, applies centralized management for growing enterprise using OpenText RightFax IP document exchange.

  4. Lancaster General Health Relies On OpenText RightFax For Excellent Patient Care

    RightFax simplifies sending, receiving, and storing of documents at Lancaster General Health.

  5. Genesis Creates Healthier System For Delivering Patient Records

    OpenText RightFax gets the right patient information to the physicians who need it.

  6. Leading U.S. Health Provider Directs Secure, Efficient Document Exchange

    AllOne Health Resources ensures security, enhances customer service with OpenText RightFax electronic document delivery.

  7. Optimize Care With A Single View Of Patient Records

    Healthcare organizations continue to invest in electronic patient records (EPR) to improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care. At the same time, local, regional and national healthcare reform initiatives are also driving the adoption of EPRs with the funding and/or incentives for IT investments to optimize care and reduce the cost of care.

  8. Adoption Of Digital Records In The Health Care Industry

    Utilization of electronic record keeping systems is becoming increasingly predominant within the healthcare industry due to a wide range of benefits, ultimately resulting in improved quality of care and patient safety, not to mention controlled costs and time savings for healthcare providers.

  9. Healthcare Information At Risk: The Consumerization Of Mobile Devices

    The consumerization of mobile devices, also known as bring your own device (BYOD), is a major trend affecting healthcare. This involves healthcare workers using their personal mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets, to access applications that enable them to deliver care whenever and wherever it is needed. Concurrent are the broader trends of increasing caregiver mobility and the use of cloud computing— whether in the form of electronic health record (EHR) software as a service (SaaS), an enterprise private cloud, or other health- care cloud offerings.

  10. Medical Professionals Improve Care With Mobile Clinical Computing

    Leading hospital in Germany enhances care by doctors and nurses thanks to access to patient data in seconds with virtual desktop solution.