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Avoid Losing Data with Lab Book Scanning

Lab notebooks are staple tools for scientists and researchers. Many people at different research facilities, large companies and institutes of higher learning in and around Boston and Cambridge rely on them when doing experiments, research and field work. But here’s the problem: lab notebooks present many potential nightmare scenarios regarding lost data and misplaced information, virtually all of which become things of the past with the help of lab book scanning.

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From Hire to Fire: Are Your HR Processes Compliant?

From employee application to termination, massive amounts of paperwork must be managed in accordance with regulatory guidelines.

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Easily Save Space and Increase Medical Practice Efficiency with Patient File Scanning

Despite the adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) systems, medical practices still face serious space constraints due to the storage of physical patient files. With professional document scanning and management services, your medical practice can stop leaking revenue into rooms full of unnecessary paper.

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Why Encryption is Critical for Your Digital Documents

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

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An Automated Retention Schedule Helps You Stay Compliant, Efficient and Profitable

Storing paper records in long-term box storage facilities can be a cost-effective way to meet these guidelines if those documents never need to be retrieved. But the recent fire in a box storage warehouse in Brooklyn exposes the inherent risks of analog versus digital storage.

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Mailroom Scanning Services Help Insurance Companies Ensure Compliance and Prepare for Audits

If your company operates in a regulated industry like healthcare insurance, chances are you have a busy mailroom – with limited time to respond to incoming grievances and appeals (G&A) in a compliant manner.

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How You Should (and Shouldn’t) Store Your Company’s Documents

Are you storing your critical documents off-site? Whether you’re using a records storage facility or are self-storing documents externally, here are some do’s and don’ts that will save your company time, money, and even potential legal hassles.

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Avoid Losing Data with Lab Book Scanning

Lab notebooks are staple tools for scientists and researchers. Many people at different research facilities, large companies and institutes of higher learning in and around Boston and Cambridge rely on them when doing experiments, research and field work. But here’s the problem: lab notebooks present many potential nightmare scenarios regarding lost data and misplaced information, virtually all of which become things of the past with the help of lab book scanning.

Read more

From employee application to termination, massive amounts of paperwork must be managed in accordance with regulatory guidelines.

Despite the adoption of electronic medical records (EMR) systems, medical practices still face serious space constraints due to the storage of physical patient files. With professional document scanning and management services, your medical practice can stop leaking revenue into rooms full of unnecessary paper.

These days, when it seems like we read about some new hack or data breach every few months (each one bigger than the last), the need for encrypting digital documents is becoming more important than ever.

Storing paper records in long-term box storage facilities can be a cost-effective way to meet these guidelines if those documents never need to be retrieved. But the recent fire in a box storage warehouse in Brooklyn exposes the inherent risks of analog versus digital storage.

If your company operates in a regulated industry like healthcare insurance, chances are you have a busy mailroom – with limited time to respond to incoming grievances and appeals (G&A) in a compliant manner.

Are you storing your critical documents off-site? Whether you’re using a records storage facility or are self-storing documents externally, here are some do’s and don’ts that will save your company time, money, and even potential legal hassles.