Bringing health and life sciences into the digital age with HP TRIM

With sweeping legislation and changing healthcare, it’s no secret that information technology is having a major impact on healthcare and life science organizations around the world.  HP TRIM is an enterprise records management system designed to help businesses capture, manage, and secure business information in order to meet governance and regulatory compliance obligations.  Here are two case studies demonstrating how HP TRIM is helping health and life science organizations manage their records, retain records effectively, meet regulatory requirements, improve access to business information, and increase day to day productivity.

 

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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office (266KB, PDF) of the Medical Inspector (OMI) uses HP TRIM to manage case records, replacing an unwieldy paper archive with an easy-to-use records management solution.  Records can now be retrieved in minutes, instead of days. And the software’s automated retention management functionality identifies records that have reached end-of-life to facilitate their removal from the archive.

 

 

Bringing a new drug to the market requires a massive amount of record keeping.  To avoid the risk of non-compliance with regulatory authorities, drug companies have a challenge in managing documents

 

Learn how a Japanese pharmaceutical giant (502KB, PDF) uses HP TRIM software to aid compliance.

 

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