Clutter around the house often makes for a more disorganized and unproductive life. More and more people are starting to realize that paper is an expensive and inefficient way to manage their information. Going paperless can protect you from identify theft, help you to declutter, improve organization, and allow you to access your bills and statements from anywhere. There are so many things to do to streamline life including going paperless.
When you chose digital you are saving forests, water, money and improving our air quality. Studies show it can save two and a half trees each year and together we can save our forest. With more and more options like online banking, digital receipts, and mobile tickets becoming the norm, there are many options to streamline your life and to protect the environment.
You can go paperless for many of your healthcare documents with Intermountain Healthcare and SelectHealth including your EOB or Explanation of Benefits. Simply log in to your My Health account to get started. SelectHealth recognizes your willingness to go paperless as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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