Why? Well for one it’s low-tech, theoretically easy to use, and everyone is comfortable using paper. Maybe it has to do with a sense of trust—people like the feel of paper and holding something tangible makes it real. In an age of Internet fraud and cyber security hacks, paper somehow seems safer. So we keep using it. In fact, paper usage has increased in some areas of business, and the Mortgage and Title industry is no exception. Just look at a loan packet. Paper is comfortable, but it has its challenges, more than you may realize.
It was Saturday, November 14, and the holiday music was already playing on an FM station in the Cleveland area. I rolled my eyes, bemoaned that the holidays come earlier and earlier every year and then left that station on.
Every new year, organizations set their sights on new initiatives and priorities to improve the employee experience. Yet each year, as they try to put those priorities into action, many of their HR departments waste hours upon hours searching for, scanning, and refiling employee documents by hand.
Every organization, no matter how complex, will add more software over time. This is because many process improvements are best solved with computerization. If better data or a simpler technique won’t improve a process, then chances are high that we will deploy new software to handle the need.
Access to clinical content is essential to delivering the best patient care. Therefore, a proven clinical content strategy is top of mind for CIOS. But as healthcare IT leaders suffer from a seemingly never-ending supply of projects, this strategy can seem elusive.
From business unit managers all the way to C-suite executives, people have come to view the ability to design and deliver compelling digital customer experiences as strategic for stimulating growth. It also is a way to respond to or even initiate market disruptions.
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