Document management is increasingly important for law firms of all shapes and sizes, and for good reason.
The wave of electronic health record adoption that began several years ago that brought the vast majority of health care providers into the 21st century had a lot of positive effects.
Across the country, many businesses have seen their HR departments adopt at least some kind of document management system that allows them to operate more efficiently.
One of the biggest issues in the legal practice, dating back centuries, has been how difficult and time-consuming it can be to comb through the mountains of documents needed for just about any case.
States have mountains of physical documents taking up tons of space, but no way to reliably search them easily, or necessarily keep them safe.
Increasingly, school districts and individual schools are leaning toward adopting comprehensive document management solutions to help them run more efficiently behind the scenes.
A document management plan is widely viewed as being critical to smooth operations in any human resources department.
In the health care industry, a lot of decisions can be life-or-death, and the ability to make those choices quickly and with as much information as possible usually lies within a patient’s electronic health records.
Often, town governments protect more important and sensitive information than their residents know.
Soon after the start of the new year, many small businesses in particular may still be looking at ways they can grow and improve in the months ahead.