The monthly top 5: April, 2020

With the lovely return of warmer weather – not in Cleveland, of course, but for most of us – it’s also time for another old favorite: The monthly Top 5 list.

Also, happy Cinco de Mayo.


The Top 5: Together

According to your clicks, here are the five most-popular blog posts from April:

1. We’re all in this together, now and forever

Ann Marie Hutchins is Hyland’s new wellness program manager. For her first blog post, she taps into years of training and experience to offer great advice about how we can all deal with the current health crisis.

From resources that help manage stress to a list of things you should give yourself permission to do, Ann Marie shows we can and should use this time to take care of ourselves, so when we all come back together, we’ll be stronger than ever.

2. How ‘we’ built our crisis management tracking app in 24 hours (hint: magic)

What a great story. Francois Gast – an R&D concept solution engineer at Hyland – knows a few people in healthcare and saw how challenging things have been for them.

“I know people working in healthcare who are out on the frontlines,” he said. “And there are many more people supporting them. I wondered what we could do to help them and other companies affected by this situation.”

Being the go-getter he is, Francois started developing a crisis management tracking app using OnBase as a low-code development platform. A little more than 24 hours later, he was done.

So, if your organization is looking for a way to track the entire lifecycle of any incident, check out this blog post by Eric Patalinghug, senior manager of R&D concept solutions. By tracking individuals, events, and equipment, your organization improves the way it responds to immediate needs and maximizes assistance, allowing you to focus on your most important asset – your people.

3. The Hy-Tech Club goes online, for now

Since 2014, Hyland’s Hy-Tech Club has been a free after-school program for high school students in Northeast Ohio. But this year, things were a bit different.

Check out this great post by Caitlin Nowlin, Hyland’s tech outreach program manager and find out what lessons she learned moving the Hy-Tech Club experience online.

As she said, “Things can change in a matter of minutes, and it’s important to face any new challenge with an open mind and positive outlook.”

4. New Reg BI standards are coming: Here’s how RegTech can help you prove compliance

On June 30, Regulatory Best Interest (Reg BI) will test the mettle of your reporting processes. While the regulation has been around since the 1930s, a new aspect will require that financial institutions provide the increased transparency retail customers and the SEC are looking for.

Read this post by Bryan Boynar, global solutions marketing manager for financial services and insurance at Hyland, to find out how we partnered with Iron Mountain® to make the process simple, automatic, and accurate.

5. Blockcerts help get healthcare providers into the field safely and quickly

Slow licensing and complicated license verifications not only delay the ability of practitioners to see patients, it also makes it more difficult to adjust to necessary service delivery method changes arising as a response to emergencies.

However, rapid verification is possible with the right digital tools, like Blockcerts.

Read this blog post by Natalie Smolenski, manager of the digital credentialing sales department at Hyland, to find out how using digital credentials empowers your organization to generate and manage digital documents. They’re easily shareable and instantly verifiable, speeding the process of getting healthcare providers into the field in a safe manner.

That’s it!

Thanks for stopping by. And I hope your weather forecast looks better than it does for my coworkers in the Cleveland area. I work remotely and left the Midwest six years ago, so no snow in my future.

Yes, you read that right. Snow is in their forecast for this weekend.

Have a great Cinco de Mayo!

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. The author of three books, he’s been writing about tech at Hyland for more than a decade. His industry certifications include CDIA, ecmp, and an MBA.
Scoop Skupien

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