When healthcare claims aren't processed properly, it impacts not only the speed of reimbursement for the providers. It can also cause unnecessary stress for everyone involved in the patient’s treatment plans.
There’s more than one way to dispose of your documents after a scanning project. Learn the options and which one may be the best fit for you.
How will federal agencies be impacted by the new M-19-21 timelines and deadlines? Learn about the updates and changes.
Naming your digital files, or “indexing” them, is an essential part of any good digitization project. Learn about the two most common methods, unstructured and structured indexing, and how to implement them in your project.
Don’t let your microfilm records & data be one of the things you can't replace when the unexpected happens. Learn how you can protect your records with a backup disaster recovery plan.
Digital scanning projects can seem like a mystery, and mysteries create confusion. To clear up the confusion, we identify 5 common digitization misconceptions and describe how to successfully navigate your digital scanning project.
What are the advantages of digital conversion for universities and educational systems? Three key benefits: mobility, accuracy, and communication.
Finding a company that executes security audits gives you confidence that they’re handling your records properly, they have systems in place to protect the physical copies as well as the digital files, and that they have a reviewed and audited method of capturing, storing, transmitting, and disposing of your data after your project is completed.
Curious how digital document management systems can improve user experiences? See the three key benefits users will get from digitization.
Microfilm comes in various types, formats, and lengths - knowing what you have is essential to crafting a successful digitization project.