Hospitals require reams of policies and procedures to ensure patients are receiving proper care, as well as provide compliance guidelines and human resources information to staff. Carrus Hospital, a specialty hospital in Sherman, TX, is no different. The 40-bed hospital, which includes an ICU, rehab, long-term acute care, and outpatient services, has a host of handbooks detailing policies and procedures for everything from patient care to nursing procedures and general staff guidelines. When the current Director of IT, Gary Glenn, first started at Carrus Hospital several years ago, he noticed that users struggled with the legacy PDF software, and it was inaccessible for those who were not extremely tech-savvy. He immediately began looking for something more user-friendly so that everyone from C-level executives and the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) to administrative assistants could add, remove, and edit PDF documents.
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