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  • How to Convince Your Boss You Need Document Management

    by Kristin Logan | Oct 27, 2016
    It's frustrating when you know that electronic document management would offer your organization a host of benefits, but your boss says no. How do you change their mind? With a good proposal.
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  • 3 Common HIPAA Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    by Kristin Logan | Oct 05, 2016
    With HIPAA, compliance is often easier said than done. Even with designated compliance officers, many organizations continue to make potentially costly errors - and they're not even aware of them.
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  • 7 Features Your Document Management Should Have

    by Kristin Logan | Sep 14, 2016
    Document management software digitizes files, simplifying document storage and access, and providing better ability to leverage data you’re your documents. This is different than software that allows you to attach documents and digital file storage. For a system to effectively manage your documents, it should offer these 7 features.
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  • 5 Avoidable Time Drains in Behavioral Health Organizations

    by Kristin Logan | Sep 01, 2016
    Many addiction centers, behavioral health treatment centers, crisis organizations and other behavioral health organizations don't realize that some of their administrative tasks could be eliminated – or at least made more efficient.
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  • 8 Things to Consider Before Going Paperless

    by Kristin Logan | Aug 10, 2016
    If you’ve ever even thought about reducing paper in your office, you likely know that it’s the kind of project that requires careful planning to avoid major disruptions in your operations. Here are 8 things to consider first.
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  • Risks of Free Document Management Software

    by Kristin Logan | Jul 28, 2016
    Free electronic document storage might seem like the document management solution of your dreams, but it can actually create a host of nightmares. Download our new free whitepaper: Risks of Free Document Management!
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  • 4 Ways Workflow Can Improve Utility Operations

    by Kristin Logan | Jan 14, 2016
    For EMCs and utilities operating with a small administrative team, paper processes are the norm. Managing these processes manually creates an environment where more is piled on to plates that are already full enough. Workflow software acts as a necessary coordinator that can be scaled to directly meet the needs of any-sized organization. Here are 4 areas that workflow can benefit.
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  • 5 Ways Paper Files Negatively Impact Client Care

    by Kristin Logan | Dec 17, 2015
    In the medical and behavioral health industries, where large volumes of records must be maintained for several years, even decades, client paperwork can create tangible barriers to treatment. Records themselves are not the problem – it’s how they are documented and maintained that can have negative implications in the treatment of clients. Here are 5 ways paper files can negatively impact client care.
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  • 10 Features That Content Management Software Should Have

    by Kristin Logan | Aug 05, 2015
    You know that your content management systems can save you time and money in the long run, making your organization more efficient and allowing you to provide a higher quality of care. Shopping for the right solution can be overwhelming and time consuming. We’ve made it a little easier and put together a list of the 10 top features you should look for..
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  • 5 Reasons Why it’s Time to Get Rid of Paper in Human Resources

    by Kristin Logan | Jul 22, 2015
    Many HR departments continue using paper-based processes because it's what they know. They are often overwhelmed and overworked – and it doesn’t need to be that way.
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  • 3 Challenges of Paper Records

    by Kristin Logan | Jul 07, 2015
    Healthcare and behavioral healthcare practices still mired in paper documents face a number of challenges by relying on paper documents –regardless of whether their practice is a hybrid of some paper documents and some electronic records, or are solely paper-reliant. These challenges can be broken down into accessibility, productivity and security.
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