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A wall file organizer solves a long-time issue in the office: the need to keep frequently used files close at hand without sacrificing desk space to store them. A wall file holder also simplifies providing patient files near exam rooms or collaborating on projects. Made from post-consumer recycled materials, they are a green choice.

A wall file organizer is easy to use

When regular desk organizers just aren’t enough, consider utilizing wall space with hanging wall file organizers. Most styles of hanging wall file organizer include mounting hardware. In most cases, you only need to attach them with two to four screws. Some styles attach with self-adhesive mounting foam, making them easy to mount on walls or doors without leaving unsightly holes. Others are magnetic and mount easily on file cabinets or the sides of metal desks. The different styles of wall file holders are compatible with other Medical Arts Press® forms and file supplies.

A hanging wall file organizer serves many purposes

Add a label to each pocket of your wall file organizer to utilize them in many different ways. Besides placing chart holders outside medical exam rooms, consider freeing desk space by using them for these purposes:

  • Incoming and outgoing mail or messages: Everyone will instantly know where to place invoices or other materials to prevent overlooking them.
  • Office sharing: A name on a pocket identifies each person's individual files without using desktop trays or baskets. These keep them out of the way when others are using the space.
  • Prioritizing: Label them for immediate or delayed action to avoid missing important deadlines. Add end-tab year labels to quickly sort active and inactive files to which you need easy access.

Most pockets in a wall file holder are wide enough to hold several file folders, so they can also be coded by project. Opaque styles, with a small window at the bottom to indicate a file is inside, provide easy HIPPA privacy compliance.

Different features fit a wall file holder to your specific needs

A wall file organizer may come with connected or individual pockets, ranging from a single to three, four, or six pockets per unit. They are available in clear or smoky plastic or in wire mesh. They come in both letter and legal size, and they will easily hold classification folders for patient records. Many include the ability for expansion with add-on pockets, and some include removable pockets with elastic closures for secure transport.

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