Many companies – of all sizes – today are operating very differently from how they normally do, and apart from normal business processes, that can have a major impact on human resources professionals.
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As part of a Department of Defense-funded research project, the Nashville Fire Department and Vanderbilt University Medical Center will be working together to test a new sensor-based technology that provides those in hospital emergency departments with real-time health data for incoming patients en route via emergency services.
In both the public and private sectors, certain health care services in the U.S. today are falling behind when it comes to the ready digital access of patient records and relevant documents.
No matter what industry you work in, constructive feedback is a vital part of your employees’ personal and professional development.
When it comes to electronic recordkeeping, law firms are moving toward cloud-based document management systems to better manage their case records.
Keeping pace with student applications can be a real challenge without the right document management solutions, as there’s no telling when something may be lost in transit.
While the adoption of electronic document management systems has been a net positive for most health care organizations, it also comes with a few notable risks.
A document management plan is widely viewed as being critical to smooth operations in any human resources department.
When businesses of pretty much any size have human resources issues to address, one of the first places they should turn is toward document management software.
Small business owners likely know full well that efficiency is everything.