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Thought Leadership 2017-07-11T19:20:19+00:00

State Medicaid Departments Impact Healthcare Outcomes and Costs

Systematically collecting health information through Health Risk Assessments (HRA) assists in the identification of risk factors, chronic disease, and other expensive to treat health conditions. Early identification and intervention can reduce long-term benefit costs to [...]

Digital Enterprise Management in the Public Sector

“The common denominator for any inefficient process begins and ends with a piece of paper. What does this mean to today’s government, usually nothing.” Darryl Wiggins, Principal DigiDoc dba PS2G It is my contention that [...]

Big Data in ECM

Big Data: Definition and Features What is Big Data from the perspective of modern corporate systems and information technologies? Big Data is a series of approaches, instruments and methods used to process structured and unstructured [...]

Records Management in Government

Establishing eligibility is one of the most common, and paper-laden, processes in government. From human services to business licensing to permits and more, government process often starts with a paper application, supplemented by supporting documents. [...]

TVONE Interview

http://newsone.com/3467029/wells-fargo-celebrates-black-business-owners/. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Media Contact Janel Merritt Digidoc dba Document Managers Phone: 202-299-1011 Fax: 202-299-1014 dmmerritt@documentmanagers.us http://www.documentmanagers.us Document Managers appearance on TV One program “News One Now” News One Washington, DC, June 27, 2016 [...]

Driving self-service in government

In every level of government, self-service is one of the driving forces behind investments in IT systems and solutions. Paper-based processes hinder the ability of government staff and constituents to obtain the documents and information [...]

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Document Managers is a key partner in modernizing how we serve our customers. They have laid the framework for DOES to become completely paperless in the near future while still making information quickly available for our staff and customers.

LeJuan Strickland, DC Department of Employment Services May 19, 2017

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