AMSURG's vast network of healthcare facilities and practitioners generates an immense amount of financial documentation, particularly at the end of each month. The methods that the company used in the past for backing up its accounting documents were outdated and inefficient.
A county department of social services — operating with a paper-based system for benefits applications and record keeping — found itself overwhelmed by document volumes and logistical issues. But a smooth transition from paper to digital improved access, sped up processes, eliminated lost documents, and saved money.
Counties deal with a lot of paper — tax forms, registrations, licenses, legal documents, voting documents, deeds, liens, and the list goes on. All of this paper handling and filing requires costly labor and storage space. What if there were a way to make that process faster and less expensive, while also helping other county employees do their work faster and improving responsiveness?