Life is quickly becoming technology centric. Ten years ago, nobody would have imagined being able to change their temperature settings in their home from an app, but today, it and so many other advances make life more convenient.
The Tooth Fairy. Unicorns. Bigfoot. The paperless office. Most office workers have heard about all four, but few have seen any of them.
We all know a paperless office is a good, environmentally friendly idea. In reality, it seems like trying to go paperless results in more work to add to an already packed workday. There are ways, however, to incorporate paper-saving initiatives into everyday tasks and activities that may actually be more convenient than using paper and SAVE time.
Here are ten smart ways to forge a paperless office.
It’s easy to say, “I’m going paperless.” It’s harder to take the first steps toward completing your green goal. Here’s the simple way we like to think about it: We mainly use paper for financial records (bank statements, bills, receipts) and for signing things (contracts, release forms). Luckily, we’ve got solutions for both, and they fit any budget.
We get excited for HIMSS every year. We get to fly someplace warmer (New Orleans this year), talk to like-minded individuals, and show off how we can help healthcare facilities work smarter. That means less paper and more time to provide a positive patient experience. This year’s HIMSS13 is no exception. Be sure to visit us at booth 2411 to see how we can help your practice.
Ambir Technology to Highlight New Products at HIMSS13
Ambir will demo new eSignature pads at booth 2411
In the wake of the new HIPAA omnibus rule, data security for healthcare organizations is more important than ever. Going into effect on March 26, with a September 23 deadline for total compliance, health IT departments must look at their health data security and adjust accordingly. Here are three ways Ambir keeps your data safe and puts you in a great position for compliance.
- Bulk scanning. This one is obvious. The good news is, it’s also very simple. When you scan, paper is taken out of the equation. It’s just… gone. Quit wading through piles of bills, memos and important documents trying to find what you’re looking for. End by scanning all of it – once and for all. With an automatic feeding scanner, you can simply load whatever you want scanned – no matter its size or shape – and the scanner will capture it all with one click. And then, when you need something later, find it in your new, neatly-organized digital files.