6 things you need to know to simplify your upgrades
From increased efficiency and productivity to security and software corrections, to staying ahead of the technological curve and maximizing your return on investment, the reasons to stay on a reasonably new version of OnBase are abundant.
Live from #HIMSS17: The patient-centered revenue cycle
By integrating your healthcare organization’s core systems with a single solution, you’re empowered with a centralized, secure, electronic repository for patient info at every touch-point, ensuring that information is accurate and up-to-date.
Don’t get comfortable at #HIMSS17
When people begin to think differently, when they’re open to new perspectives – and Kaul noted, when they feel they’ve got nothing to lose – innovation happens. Disruptive by nature, innovation makes people uncomfortable.
Live from HIMSS17: Spotlight on #WomenInTech
How did these women get to where they are today? How did they leverage their education and experiences — such as attending a show like HIMSS — to make the move from “aspiring female leader” to their current positions. Here are their stories.
Live from #HIMSS17: Catch the magic at The OnBase Bar!
Whether it’s The OnBase Bar or the Federal Health Pavilion, where you can engage in conversations about government healthcare IT, we’ve got you covered at HIMSS17. Our goal is to make the healthcare software solutions you depend on easier to use.
Introducing AirBase by Hyland: Simple, cloud-based document management
While describing Hyland’s direction in “just one word” is a tough feat, I’m confident in my response. When it comes to enterprise information platforms and cloud-based applications that are powerful, yet easy to use, we’re: Experienced.
Why being a category leader isn’t good enough
Every time I finished a race, my Dad would ask, “Could you have run faster?” Even when I won, he always pushed me to do my best. Here at Hyland, we adhere to the same values my Dad instilled in me: Never stop pushing yourself to become better.
5 techs to watch in 2017
Even when the computer doesn’t make the final decision, it does the leg work of analysis and comparison to make the most appropriate suggestions. That allows people who leverage that data to focus more on the work they’re meant to do.