The weekly recap: March 30

Another 168 hours have passed us by, my friends. I hope they were good to you.

Here’s what we were up to during that time:

The Hyland Blog

  • AIIM18 is just around the corner and Hyland is ready. Are you?

If you can’t make it to San Antonio April 10 – 13, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! As Katie Alberti notes, all you need to do is tune in to The Hyland Blog for recaps of these great sessions and thoughts on AIIM18’s theme: Digital transformation.

  • With HIMSS18 behind us, Julie McDonald takes a look back at how the new and improved Hyland Healthcare team coalesced at the conference.

Two powerhouses in the healthcare space merging their product lines makes sense from a business perspective and creates an unbeatable portfolio of solutions for customers. But as a nurse, Julie focuses more on the people.

Having a strong and cohesive team creates an environment a lot like the kitchen of a skilled cook. No matter how amazing the ingredients – or product lines – you’re presented with, it takes people with the right tools and knowledge to create something special.

  • As any good team will tell you, once you get the big mo going, you should never let it stop.

And what’s the best way for an organization to build momentum for IT projects? You’ll be surprised, says K.C. Van Voorhis – it’s by forming a governance group to remove the barriers between business units.

Hyland news

  • Hyland Healthcare has integrated two leading products for streamlined image and content management. OnBase users now have a wider set of options for capturing images and video of patients directly from medical scopes and mobile devices.

“The way PACSgear and OnBase now work together will help our customers streamline critical processes for better patient care and more efficient operations,” said Sandra Lillie, Hyland Healthcare’s global director of enterprise imaging sales and strategy.

My favorite thing this week

Not if the roller coaster moves so slowly that you don’t even notice when it stops. There were no injuries, just ‘concerned riders’ when employees started hitting the train with hammers to get it going again.

Have a great weekend everyone! And if you’re riding The Family Coaster at Arakawa Amusement Park, make sure to buckle in – and bring snacks.

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he's a Content Marketing Manager at Hyland and the Editor of this blog. An author with an MBA and two books in print, he’s been writing about tech for Hyland for a decade. His industry certifications include CDIA and ecmp.

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