Enable Sustainable Remote Work
Ensure your team’s success, wherever they work.
Organizations went remote and will never be the same. As organizations remain, or move toward, hybrid or fully remote staffing models, ensuring that teams are able to effectively work and collaborate together is critical. Many organizations found their opportunity to downsize their footprint or get out of the commercial real estate game altogether, which can make a substantial impact on the bottom line.
Talent acquisition and retention have become top of mind as well, with competition adding more flexibility and driving more interest. Whether you plan to maintain flexible work options, we’ve all learned how important it is to at least have the ability to go remote quickly.
Digitize Data Intake
Eliminating paper at the source will be an important first step. Switching all of the intake forms to a digital format allows your team to proceed from any location. As paper formats are received from outside of your organization they can be outsourced and run through capture and extraction tools to deliver the information your team needs.
A high level of aggregation can be achieved by directly connecting various systems. DataBank’s Development team specializes in building custom APIs and connections between disparate systems, bringing data together, and making it easier to access. Content services tools are also imperative to keep processes flowing from any location.
Automate Mail Services
Bridge the gap between physical paper mail and digitized access to data with customized digital mailroom services. We partner closely with Ecomail to build entire mail workflows and delivery processes, allowing the reduction of physical locations and a more efficient delivery process. Whether you’re looking to hand off the majority of your mailroom operations or are more interested in a flexible hybrid solution, digitizing and automating your mail process can make a significant impact.
Information Blocking Regulations: 5 Major Takeaways for Healthcare Organizations
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) published the final Information Blocking Rule. Here are 5 major takeaways.
Software Isn’t Going to Solve Your Problem
Reaching digital maturity doesn’t come from purchasing new technology. Solutions start with your people and processes. Here’s why.
The Holistic Approach to Getting the Most Out of Your Data
We exist to help you unlock the insights that allow your entire organization to make faster, better, and more confident decisions. Here’s how we do it.
The Opportunity of Failure
Does your recollection of a project in hindsight only focus on successes? Rethink your process and learn from missed opportunities.
How to Ease the Pain and Overcome Healthcare Data Management Inefficiency
Health information is constantly changing throughout a patient’s life, so the method of how it is collected, stored, and transferred is critical.
3 Keys To Successful Program Management
Overcoming the challenges that come with managing interdependencies while simultaneously maintaining focus on achieving the business objectives takes more than just tactical skills like project planning, action item tracking, and managing a budget.
Utilizing Lean Six Sigma to Streamline Your Health System’s Operational Processes
Utilize Lean Six Sigma to streamline patient documents and records.
Inside Three Public Access Viewer Solutions at the State of Nebraska
We help the State of Nebraska take important documents and make them available to the public using Hyland’s Public Access Viewer (PAV) in OnBase.
Guiding Principles Of Data Migration: Everything you need to know to ensure a smooth migration
Preparing and understanding how to move your data properly will help avoid any preliminary pitfalls, and make a successful migration possible.
Lessons Learned from Migrating to the Cloud
Jim Erb, Senior Systems Engineer, has worked with the Hyland GCS team to help clients migrate to the cloud. Here are his lessons learned.