Document Management Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Statewide Employee Benefits Group Incorporates Document Management Processes Throughout Its Entire Organization

    What started as an isolated effort to implement electronic document management technology in the claims department of a non-profit employee health benefits group has expanded to a successful organizational-wide initiative.

  2. The Role Of Collaboration Tools For SharePoint

    Improving productivity is, on its own, one of the top business objectives shared by companies of all sizes, industries, and geographies. Its direct correlation to a company’s ability to increase profitability has a compounding effect on its importance. One of the most cost-effective ways to drive productivity improvement initiatives is to increase collaboration across the enterprise, both internally among employees as well as between employees, partners, and customers, through the use of a standardized set of tools.

  3. What Can Cloud Do For You?

    Cloud computing is more than just a passing technology trend. It’s the current and future means for conducting business around the world, in all markets including healthcare. But what does it mean to be in the cloud? Find out in this white paper.

  4. 7 Tips For Achieving And Sustaining Financial Health In Your Practice

    Healthcare providers are spending less time with each patient, yet are working harder than ever before just to see even a small increase in their income. They have to cope with an avalanche of complex rules, regulations, and administrative processes just to run their practices.

  5. 8 Tips To Tackle HITECH And EHR In Your Practice

    This white paper outlines a roadmap that your practice may be able to use to overcome EHR selection and adoption challenges by highlighting the opportunities afforded by HITECH, as well as the hazards of adopting the wrong solution in the first place.

  6. Yes, Forms Automation Does Impact Your Revenue Cycle

    This white paper outlines how today’s advanced forms automation technologies can be a key factor in how hospitals can reduce costs and beneficially improve revenue cycles.

  7. EMC Solutions For Healthcare Providers

    This white paper looks at how enterprise content management can unite information systems and business processes so hospitals can enhance patient care with immediate access to digitized patient information; reduce revenue and TCO; and lower risk and liability while strengthening compliance.

  8. EHR Use Saves $2.5M Annually Through Improved Efficiency, Patient Outcomes, And MU Achievements At Spectrum Health

    Healthcare providers are adopting integrated enterprise applications to increase efficiency in care delivery, give clinicians access to a patient’s full health record, improve outcomes and reduce costs.  Spectrum Health System is a good example, now providing a patient’s complete electronic legal health record within 3 days of discharge, and reducing labor costs by over $2.5M annually. Plus, Spectrum’s ROI has been documented to be less than 1 year, and its 5-year ROI is estimated at over 860%.

  9. eCopy And The Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act (HIPAA)

    eCopy’s products make it easy to incorporate paper-based patient information into various electronic medical records (EMR) systems. During this information capture and electronic fi ling process, CEs must implement safeguards to ensure that privacy is maintained at all times.

  10. 10 Point Guide To Selecting The Right Mobile Computer Cart

    The evaluation and selection pro­cess of mobile carts can be a daunting task for healthcare pro­fessionals. This 10 point checklist can be your guide to understanding the ins and outs of modern mobile computer cart technology, and how to determine which cart is right for your healthcare facility.