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The Cost of Staying on Paper

PUBLISHED ON: 08.02.2023
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The Cost of Staying on Paper: Embracing Paperless Implementation for Mental and Behavioral Health

The expenses associated with maintaining a paper-based system are substantial. Filing, managing, duplicating, and storing data on paper all come at a high cost. For instance, filling a 5-drawer filing cabinet can cost you approximately $24,000, with an additional $2,000 per year for management*.  Consider also the valuable office space taken up by file rooms and the budget spent on copier contracts, considered a necessary but expensive part of the business. However, there is a more efficient and cost-effective alternative.

“The cost of managing paper is significantly higher than the digital alternative.” ~ Future Law Office

In the modern era, transitioning away from the expensive paper-based system has become easier than ever with paperless implementation. But how can you navigate this transition and avoid getting lost in the process?

Are You Ready for Change?

The PIMSY Team specializes in guiding organizations like yours through digitization and reducing reliance on paper documents. We understand that change can be challenging, even with proper planning. Most organizations lack the manpower and expertise to handle large-scale software implementations effectively. That’s where our experience comes into play – we help you achieve your vision of a paperless company across all departments.

Comprehensive Understanding for Success

The success of any paperless initiative hinges on a comprehensive understanding of the entire organization and how different components interact. Clinical, remote, billing, HR, and support staff have unique core functions with varying processes and requirements. By collaborating closely with you and your key employees, we gain a deep understanding of your business’s flow and functions, enabling us to tailor a solution that perfectly fits your needs.

Contact us today to learn about pricing and gain more information.

For additional insights into electronic solutions for your practice, explore Mental Health EHR.

*source: Future Law Office



Author: pehradmin