Across the healthcare industry, every employee — and many patients, too — see documentation as a critical process. Think of all the charts, forms, pamphlets, etc., that help healthcare facilities run efficiently and keep patients informed.
As your organization scales or expands to new service areas, you add new teams, tools, and processes to keep up with demand. This growth, while positive, can drastically impact your workflows, adding new complexities — and even inefficiencies — over time.
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No matter your industry or size, your company likely processes a multitude of documents every single day. They may be digital files, printed assets, or a mix of both. And the process your teams use to create, digitize, share, and maintain them is called a document workflow.
The last thing you want is for your business to lose track of important documents. You could experience a fire, flood, or another catastrophic event that could wipe out all your paper records for good. Losing important documentation can spell disaster — and wading through a mess of documents to try and find the one you're looking for isn't ideal, either. Having an electronic organizational system can not only assist in a smooth everyday workflow but can also protect the livelihood of your business.
UBEO Business Services (UBEO), one of the fastest-growing business technology and managed services companies in the United States, has acquired Digitech Office Machines in Lafayette, Louisiana.
As you assess employee engagement and performance, you'll likely look to make productivity improvements to help each individual within your organization work efficiently and effectively. However, these improvements shouldn't simply be focused on the quickest path to completion or on loading down employees with as many tasks as possible.
If you have access to a printer, there’s a high probability that you print without restrictions – and so do your employees. Each person decides how many prints they want to make, if they’re in black and white or color, or if they even need to print the document at all.
Many organizations outsource printing for marketing materials, invoicing, and other high-volume print runs. Outsourcing can provide some good benefits, such as no labor costs and a straightforward business process, but it's not a perfect solution.
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