I listen to a lot of podcasts. I especially enjoy listening to interview shows with business leaders. One thing I find funny about these shows is that the interviewers tend to ask very similar questions. The responses from leaders end up sounding like a stump speech. The way these success stories are framed can make it seem as if their success was somehow pre-ordained.
Despite the mandate for medical records to be digital through your ERM system, a large portion of healthcare documentation is still paper based.
Does your healthcare environment have a multitude of print devices and cartridges? Do you have multiple printers side by side in areas for different purposes? Do you have a favorite print device in your space?
Hospitals, clinics and other healthcare providers face unique challenges when it comes to data and endpoint security. HIPAA compliance, data loss, and other issues affect the healthcare industry in almost every aspect of the business. How secure is your printing in your healthcare environment?
I'm kind of a self-improvement junkie. I’ve read a lot of articles about work-life balance over the years. Many suggest checklists or other tools and encourage you to schedule yourself time to recharge.
If you have tried these like I have, you have probably found “me time” gets overridden by the priority of the moment. It is typically sacrificed to ANY seemingly greater priority. You end up not giving yourself the time and running from the beginning to the end of the day.
We would all be more effective in our jobs if we spent more time doing the most important things. Have you ever seen a Priority Matrix? This tool can help you quickly prioritize your tasks and become more effective.
As we discussed before, Managed Print is a Failed Strategy. Managed Print is designed to flip your company into a long term agreement. It is a way for print service providers to get their foot in the door, but they cannot deliver what is promised. UBEO does something different...
Topics: Print Standardization
Managed Print Service has been the buzz in the document technology industry for years. "Have a bad fleet of gear? No problem. We will manage your fleet and everything will get better!" This never works, and here is why...
Topics: Printer Standardization
Does your company have a print strategy? How do your manage document lifecycles? How long should you retain customer records, health forms, HR documents, or accounting paperwork?