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How to Plan a Successful Document Imaging Project – Part 4
Over the past three weeks we have showed you how to create a plan for your document imaging project. In a step-by-step approach, we have showed you how to complete each section that should appear in your plan. In our final post in this series, we share tips for completing the sections on change management, project reviews and budget.
How to Plan a Successful Document Imaging Project – Part 3
We are now at week three of a four-part blog series on how to create a plan for your document imaging project. In this week’s post, we take a look at planning the scanning process and the post-scanning process. This section is where you get into the nuts and bolts of how the actual scanning process will unfold. There are several key stages to address:
How to Plan a Successful Document Imaging Project – Part 1
Planning a document imaging project is not easy. Not only do you have to work out a million little details, but the stakes are often quite high. Based on our clients’ past experiences and feedback from colleagues, we estimate that somewhere around 50 percent of document imaging projects fail to meet their objectives. Considering how much time and money you will invest in a document imaging project, you do not want your project to become one of those statistics. The key to success is to start with a comprehensive plan for your imaging project. But how do you create one? What should be included in the plan?
Best practices for scanning patient records into an EHR
The success of an electronic health records (EHR) system implementation is massively dependent on how you handle your existing paper records. Unless these records are scanned and properly abstracted, you’re at risk of running two systems instead of one, and not realizing the ROI from your transition to electronic medical records and your investment in […]
Best Practices for Document Scanning in the Energy Industry – Part 1
For energy companies, document imaging offers a number of potential benefits, including greater operational efficiency, improved risk management and streamlined acquisitions and divestitures. However, document imaging projects in the energy industry come with unique challenges that organizations in other industries don’t have to contend with. TAB has been fortunate to work with dozens of energy companies over the years so we understand these unique challenges. In a two-part blog post we will share what we have learned, offering nine best practices to help make your energy imaging project a success.
Before you scan: a readiness checklist for document imaging projects
As we covered in a recent post, it is important to be clear on your objectives before undertaking a document imaging project. This means understanding the desired business outcomes, your user requirements and the metrics that you will use to gauge success. While this is an important first step, there is a lot more to consider before you can roll up your sleeves to tackle an imaging project. Based on our experience with thousands of imaging projects, this checklist will ensure that you have all the essential pieces in place before you get started.