Medical Record & Document Scanning

Document Scanning In-House vs. Custodian of Records

Over the years, we have spoken to many offices that have made the decision to scan their own records – rather than hiring outside assistance -to save time and money. Unfortunately, the reality is that there are actually a number of hidden costs associated with document scanning in-house, which is

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Myths of going Paperless: Cost of Technology

The cost of new technology is one of the biggest obstacles in converting to a paperless office. Hardware upgrades including new computers, scanners, printers, and software are necessities when converting to an electronic office. However, the cost of technology is often misconstrued. Affordable hardware is more available today than ever before.

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Document Scanning and the Legal Office

The typical law office has paper up to their ears, it is time to take a good hard look and find a way to minimize your time dealing with countless paper records. Other a couple years we have met with a dozen or so law firms that are thinking about going

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Document Scanning and Then What?

Many people have asked me “so we have these files scanned, what do we exactly do with them now”.  Well, that is the most important question you have.  I am going to talk about finding the right software that fits your needs. Each office has completely different workflows, and that

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Should You OCR Your Files?

Before I go on about whether or not to OCR your scanned documents, let us talk about what exactly OCR is. Optical Character Recognition (OCR), takes your image, for instance, your PDF, and converts all written words into encoded text. Which will then make it possible to search for text throughout

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Myths of going Paperless: Is it Cost Effective?

There is an idea out there that the process of converting to an electronic office is too expensive and not cost effective. Costly paperless software’s, new workflows, and hardware purchases make converting to an electronic office seem like a daunting financial task. However, if the money spent on this process is seen

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10 Tips for Document Scanning

Many people do not understand the undertaking of getting your files scanned and converting them into a digital format. Here are some tips I will pass along to you and to think about. Know exactly how you want to be able to use your scanned documents. Always look into OCRing

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Medical Records Scanning: The Future of Storage

Offsite storage companies have been thriving for years on the need for medical offices to archive medical records. These companies profit off storage costs and retrieval fees. With the new push of the HITECH Act, many medical offices are moving towards a largely digital world. This move has caused a rise

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Why Scan Your Medical Records: The Lost Time

Scanning your medical records is imperative. With profit margins continuing to get smaller in medical practices it’s important to increase efficiency in all areas.  Streamlined management of medical records and the process of digitizing them is one key component of creating a leaner, more cost-effective practice. The time lost spent

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