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EHR Selection

The Insider’s Guide to EHR Selection: Expert Advice and Insights

The path to choosing the right electronic health record (EHR) solution is often challenging for healthcare organizations. With an overwhelming number of options available, each with unique features and integrations, it can be difficult to find the perfect fit for healthcare workflows. Additionally, navigating the complexities of IT infrastructure and ensuring the new EHR aligns

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ERP Selection

Best Practices for ERP Selection: Top 5 Considerations

In the fast-paced landscape of SaaS, AI/ML, and Data Analytics, businesses are drawn to technologies promising to deliver big results while solving specific challenges. While some advancements might yield quick wins for individual tasks, adopting an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution is far more foundational and demands a holistic perspective. The ERP system is not

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How To Update Your Business Continuity Plan in 2023

Information Technology business continuity plans (BCP) are critical safeguards to reduce business risk despite increasing threats and highly limited security resources in 2023. BCP, when updated and practiced, drastically reduces the impact of disruptions to IT systems and data and can help ensure that the next incident is a disruption, and not a disaster.   When

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Volunteer Management Software: Create A Systematic Plan for Recruiting, Training, Engaging and Coordinating Volunteers

Through generous donations of time, skills and resources, volunteers play an integral role in helping many nonprofit organizations fulfill their mission. Effective volunteer management is critical for building long-term relationships with supporters and helps nonprofits take steps toward their goals. It also enables organizations to recruit, track and manage volunteers and all associated tasks in

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Data Backup: Why Your Small Business Needs It and How to Get It

Chad Quarles, CISO/Security Advisor, was interviewed for a series of blog posts from PSA Insurance & Financial Services about basic cybersecurity best practices for small and mid-size businesses. The second installment in the series discusses the importance and intricacies of data backup and recovery. Here is an excerpt from the piece: “Backup and recovery describes

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ERP Software Selection Criteria & Checklist

A new ERP system can make all the difference for companies that are struggling with legacy systems and encountering difficulties growing their business, meeting customer service expectations and maintaining compatibility between systems. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is highly effective process management software that integrates business supply chains, commerce, operations, financials, manufacturing, reporting, and human resource

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What Is An ERP System And How Can It Help Scale Your Business?

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) streamlines and integrates business processes across all departments via a central database where information can be accessed in real-time. ERPs were originally designed to aid manufacturing companies but have since expanded to service a wide range of industries, including financial services, healthcare, hospitality, higher education and government. When leveraged correctly, ERP

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Why Technology Is Central To An Effective Return-To-Office Strategy

Dave Hartman and Jeff Gredlein contributed an article to the Baltimore Business Journal about five key office technology-related areas to consider when thinking about a return-to-work strategy this summer. Here is an excerpt from the article: “Vaccines are making it possible for many people to return to the office this summer, but it won’t be

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What To Look For In Telehealth Software

The use of telehealth software has become more common in recent years. In fact, an estimated 76 percent of hospitals in the U.S. now use some form of virtual care to connect healthcare providers and patients at a distance using live video and audio, according to the American Hospital Association. The move towards telehealth has

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