Skyrocketing costs, historic regulatory changes, patient demands for instant access to their records, compliance to GDPR, SAR and freedom of information (FOI), bureaucracy and security concerns help define the healthcare industry landscape. Indeed the upcoming GDPR that becomes law on 25th May next year poses several challenges, not least the ability to be compliant with stricter data protection rules but also to be able to prove it in a court of law.
By deploying a scanning solution alongside other line-of-business applications and embracing digital transformation, healthcare organisations gain a strategic hub for managing all content that flows through the enterprise. Key benefits include: centralised storage with enhanced security for all information, including patient records; business process agility that can lead to productivity gains and cost savings; enhanced compliance throughout all departments with all regulatory guidelines; faster access to patient information, potentially leading to improved patient outcomes, better patient engagement, and better access to critical information across the care continuum; and a notable ROI from the investment.
With the benefits and rapid return on the investment, moving from paper to digital processes will allow healthcare organisations to tackle the challenges facing the industry in the coming years.
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