Infographic: Improving document security in healthcare

Healthcare providers have an urgent, pervasive and expensive problem related to security and control of protected health information (PHI) and HIPAA compliance. Our new infographic offers a closer look at some of the most recent data.
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Today, most hospitals, clinics and healthcare organizations continue to receive and process high volumes of paper. This is especially true for important printing workflows such as medical records, prescriptions and admissions documents.

Yet the reliance on paper continues to pose serious security risks, and they could be more significant than you think.

To help, we created a new infographic, “Improving Document Security in Healthcare.”  Click on the infographic below to view it in your browser, and then, visit our Nuance Healthcare Document Management page to learn how Nuance solutions help today’s healthcare organizations deliver secure PHI and peace of mind.

Improving healthcare document security: infographic from Nuance Document Imaging

 

Nuance healthcare document management solutions add a layer of security to your existing workflows and processes. These solutions reduce the risk of HIPAA and other compliance breaches while streamlining workflows and reducing costs. Also, by securing patient healthcare information (PHI), you’ll deliver peace of mind across your organization and to every patient.

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Chris Click

About Chris Click

Chris Click is the Sr. Healthcare Solutions Marketing Manager for Nuance’s Document Imaging division where he is responsible for driving the world-wide print and capture marketing strategy for the division’s healthcare solutions. Prior to his current role, Chris worked as the Nuance Healthcare Division solutions marketing director and previously headed up sales and marketing at Client Outlook Inc. a provider of healthcare enterprise imaging applications sold through a global partner network. Chris graduated with B.S. in Computer Science from Dallas Baptist University.