Clean Your Garage, Desk and Car, Then We’ll Talk

By Mark Johnston | Jun 23, 2017 12:54:27 PM

In the first installment of my two-part blog post, I introduced you to four principles of getting things done: organization, prioritization, execution and discipline. Now I want to show you how these aren’t theoretical but rather highly applicable in real life. I once had a colleague I was mentoring. He had a lot of promise and potential, but there were several things holding him back.

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Four Principles of Productivity

By Mark Johnston | Jun 20, 2017 5:48:57 PM

Over the past 35 years, I’ve seen the healthcare IT industry from just about every angle, from my time in radiology to helping create the healthcare sales division at Perceptive Software to my most recent role as Access president (and many stops in-between). Along the way, I’ve found that while each profession has its differences and quirks, the art of getting things done is consistent across all niches, companies and roles, from interns all the way up to executives.

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How 3 P’s Can Transform Your Hospital

By Cody Strate | Jun 5, 2017 9:33:04 AM

When purchase orders, requisition orders, RFPs, vendor/supplier registration and other forms are paper-based, it’s a challenge to stay organized and efficient. With a paperless eForms and eSignature solution, there’s a better way: simplifying information collection, eliminating the costs of paper, automating manual steps, preventing redundant effort and many other benefits.

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Access Sailing the Seven Seas

By Cody Strate | May 9, 2017 1:16:51 PM

When it comes to organizations wanting (and needing) to eliminate the unecessary costs and risks of paper, there are no geographical boundaries. From Europe to the Middle East and beyond, Access’s electronic forms and electronic signature solutions are helping international customers to acheive their paperless goals.

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And Now for Something Completely Different

By Chris Vickery | Mar 6, 2017 11:12:12 PM

This was my fourth year at HIMSS, but it was like none other. The show typically is all about getting your products in front of as many people as possible and drumming up leads. To do so, you need to come up with creative ways to pull attendees into your booth. Every exhibitor prepares for months making sure their sales team knows the pitch, their marketing folks have some catchy messaging, and their booth staff is prepared to pass out plenty of swag.

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