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Improve Efficiency With Consolidated Output Management

You’ll learn how a consolidated output management system can remove vulnerabilities AND add value as a source of business intelligence

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Enhancing Information Management in Health Care

According to HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society), the level of "meaningful use" is accomplished when the EHR (Electronic Health Records) solution/technology, has capabilities to e-prescribe, exchange electronic health information to improve the quality of care, the capacity to provide clinical decision support to support practitioner order entry, and ability to submit clinical quality measures - and other measures - as selected by the Secretary of Health and Human Services

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10 Fast Facts About Document Management

Pam Doyle’s presentation at the AIIM road show in Chicago contained some “fast facts” about document management that I thought worth repeating

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Change Management in the Process and Content Arenas: Let the Games Begin

It's a long time since I began equating change management to parenting , and boiled the challenge down to “getting people to do things they would really prefer not to do” – clean their rooms, eat their vegetables, tag their documents, save to a repository, etc. Well, the trend over the past year seems to have been to give information management professionals permission to adopt this mindset by taking it to the next level and giving it a name

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The Utopian Hysteria of the IT Chargeback Model

Many IT organizations want to find a way to show a return on investment (ROI) for their IT and project management activities, often foraging into some version of a chargeback model without understanding the fieldwork done by other organizations

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Oh, the Humanity!

During my AIIM webinar last week on BPM and workflow, the conversation at one point turned toward how hard it can be to solicit information about how an organization’s business processes actually work. One of our attendees then wondered whether the issue often isn’t simply that...

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8 Things - Your Thoughts Wanted

While the number of topics we could have is huge; we’ve broken it down into the following broad buckets that are focused enough to be useful and broad enough to encompass many ideas: Document Management Working Together – Collaboration and Knowledge Management Information Governance Enterprise Content Management Electronic Records Management SharePoint Finding the Right Information – Search, Taxonomy, Auto-classification Document Capture and Imaging Improving Business Processes Content Analytics and Big Data Web Content Management Within these broad topics, the “things” could be: Lessons learned “How to” primers Explanations of technology/management concepts Implementation advice; such as managing change Making the business case The impacts of social media, the cloud, and mobile on any of these topics Defining ROI Ediscovery and managing risk Whatever else you have in mind How Do I Share Mine?

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