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Re: Has anyone worked with ZooBook?

Art Post ·
I went out and contacted ZooBook directly. below is the email I received from ZooBook: Hi Art, Does the scanner send the documents to a shared drive? They can just upload straight from that. To scan directly into a record I would have to check with our developers. Thanks, Earl On 2018-07-17 5:54 pm, Art Post wrote: Hi earl We are not looking to file any forms. All we are looking to do is attach a scanned document to a clients record. Some emr programs allow you to import that document via a...
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Art Post ·
Geeesh, you ask a great question! I really not sure if there is an answer for that. All of my accounts scan whether it's scan2email or scan2folder. Most are then moving those documents to a place on the server or another pc where they are stored in a windows alpha tree folder structure. When I speak about entering meta data at the copier, so that they can perform a better search, it seems to have turned them off. Many users feel that they can find the documents that they've scanned and don't...
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Art Post ·
So, you mentioned features...maybe the ability to just scan the document into a single repository while entering no meta data, no barcodes, and then the ability to find that document. I know it sounds kinda crazy but wouldn't that be the holy grail?
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

ArtNicholas ·
Art: I certainly agree based on my past experience, people don't want to spend a lot of time typing information at the control panel. And I think I agree for some applications, having "auto-sorting" is the ideal. But does anyone see the need for scanning and pulling data into an application for analysis not just indexing?
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Art Post ·
I actually have that application for two current prospects and even though both will benefit from the improved workflow, one is stalled and the other is scheduled for Feb time line. On the application that is stalled we need to extract data from a form and populate the data in another format, the ideal format would be excel, however my support people are suggested MS365, and that's where the deal has stalled and I guess it's stalled because the solution would not be one that generates a lot...
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

ArtNicholas ·
Well we might be able to make these sort of applications easier for you. We have a tool that automatically identies what type of form is being scanned and can store it automatically based on rules. We also can automatically extract data and then pass it along to a destination app like Excel, MS 365, Oracle or something else.
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Re: What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

Rick Backus ·
End users will not embrace a solution that asks them to enter all the meta data themselves nor should they. It is simply not productive. In a busy environment you cannot have people fumbling with a virtual keyboard to input data for a scan job while the line behind them grows. This is where software comes into play which will "read" the scanned image and capture relevant metadata to attach to the document for indexing in the DMS. Relieving the user of this burden and getting the most...
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Importance of medical records management intensifies in high-tech world

Art Post ·
By Jennifer Sharpe Health information management, which includes the management of medical records, is a field that is constantly evolving with advances in technology. “Health information is an exciting career,” said Julia Kendrick, regional health information management director for SSM Health Care Oklahoma. “This industry has come a long way from the days of us being known as the ‘medical record librarians’ to where we are today.” Accuracy of medical records has always been a concern with...
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Has anyone worked with ZooBook?

Art Post ·
ZooBook is an EMR software. We're trying to find out if the software has the capability of using a TWAIN scan driver
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HCTec Announces Application Managed Services Support Agreement With St. Luke's University Health Network

Art Post ·
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. , Jan. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- HCTec, a leading provider of healthcare workforce solutions, announced today a three-year electronic medical record (EMR) application managed services agreement with St. Luke's University Health Network (SLUHN) in Bethlehem , Pa. SLUHN operates with Epic as its primary EMR platform. With a recent purchase of three healthcare facilities running a legacy EMR software package, the executive team was faced with either hiring a team of consultants...
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COVID19 "Remote Working" Day Thirty-Seven of Sales

Art Post ·
Thirty-seven business days now since I was optioned to working from my home office. The average number of selling days is twenty-two per month. Five days from now it will be two solid business months and 66% of the quarter. Our fearless and blessed Governor just extended his Executive Order for his Emergency Act for another thirty days in the State of New Jersey. I'm kinda torn about this now, 30 more days of working from home could be a good thing since I'm on such a roll and who wants to...
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Ricoh914 ·
Twain driver should be right on Ricoh-usa.com for download. Just put in model number and click Network Twain Driver.
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Art Post ·
Right, but can we TWAIN scan wireless?
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Ricoh914 ·
I have never heard of wirelesss twain?
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Art Post ·
o,, so I heard back from one of my SE's and he states we can wireless TWAIN scan! Crossing my fingers!
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Lexmark Honored as 2015 Company of the Year in Healthcare Content Management

Art Post ·
LENEXA, Kan., July 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- News Facts Lexmark announced today that it has been named 2015 North American Company of the Year in Healthcare Content Management by Frost & Sullivan. Company of the Year is a Best Practices Award presented to companies that have demonstrated excellence in growth, innovation and leadership. Until recently, managing different types of healthcare content required implementing a number of disparate, often loosely-integrated IT solutions,...
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TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Art Post ·
so, we are installing a MP 2553SP, the system will have a wireless card, and there are 5 PC's in the office. No server, and a wireless router. The customer has EMR system that allows documents to be scanned into it. I spoke with the software...
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What's the application that will cause Capture to really grow in the MFP space

ArtNicholas ·
Let's face it, other than scan to email how many people are using their MFPs to Capture documents? Of course there are examples of hospitals augmenting their scanners by scanning into EMRs and I keep hearing people "scan to sharepoint" but is this...
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