Integrating Legal Document Management into Your Records Retention Policy

Posted on Mar 22, 2017 3:07:55 PM by Imagex

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 Integrating Legal Document Management into Your Records Retention Policy

Legal document management isn't just for large law firms anymore. Many companies have in-house litigation departments or the manager of a department is the point person on a lawsuit. 

This means paper. Often reams and reams of paper. Copies of motions, memos, discovery, and correspondence can be overwhelming, especially in long complicated civil lawsuits. Years worth of documents may end up piled in file boxes because no one has the time or energy for filing and indexing it. After all, they already have a full-time job. 

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Topics: legal document management

The Leprechauns and their Content Management Sytem

Posted on Mar 17, 2017 11:38:35 AM by Nick Cafferky

The leprechauns had a problem. For some mysterious reason, people were starting to catch on to exactly where the end of every rainbow was, and therefore, they were stealing pots of gold with far more regularity. Considering that gold is typically a leprechaun's life savings, this was a situation that just could not go on. After taking a thorough look at why it was that so many people were now able to figure out where their gold was, it became very clear. All of the paper  they had been using was leaving a trail a mile long. If they wanted to keep their 401(k)s, they were going to have to find a way to ditch all of the paper they had lying around.

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Topics: electronic content management

How Imagex has Cured 'Note-Bloat' in the HealthCare Industry

Posted on Mar 8, 2017 11:47:02 AM by Moises Cardenas

How Imagex has Cured 'Note-Bloat' in the HealthCare Industry

 

Much of the healthcare industry switched over to Electronic Documentation years ago. Unfortunately paperless hasn't been entirely compatible with modern hospitals and doctor-patient interactions. In fact, most hospitals are not truly paperless, far from it. This chronic disconnect between the modern EHR system and doctor's abilities to take and organize notes on their patients led to a system-wide disorder known as "Note-Bloat".

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Topics: emr