Strategies for Successful Scanning

Successful service firms in the 21st Century are using distributed scanner strategies to improve workflow, enhance productivity and drive profitability By Mike O’Leary President A decade ago, the office scanner was a piece of equipment built into inexpensive desktop printers.  Or at the other end of the scale, a large-footprint flatbed device that could create … Continue reading

MobileScan Pro 100 named to TechnoLawyer NewsWire Top 25

We’d like to thank the fine folks at TechnoLawyer for naming our new MobileScan Pro 100 #5 on their TL NewsWire Top 25 Products of 2012. It joins other great developments like cloud practice management system Total Attorneys and CitePin, which TechnoLawyer calls “the ‘Evernote of the Legal Industry.’” Here’s what editor Neil Squillante had to … Continue reading

Fall Trade Shows: McKesson and NextGen

We’re in the midst of our fall trade show season, and two of our largest shows are right around the corner. First up is McKesson’s fall Practice Solution’s VAR and UGM summit. After that, it’s on to Orlando for Nextgen’s annual UGM to get our “Nextpertise” on. This is McKesson’s first all-encompassing Physician Practice Solutions … Continue reading

Ambir, SOAPware team up for joint venture

We’re proud to announce our new partnership with SOAPware, an industry leader in EMR and practice management solutions. It puts smiles on our faces when we can work with the health IT solutions we’re trying to connect practices to, across the country. SOAPware forms digital image capture partnership with Ambir Technology New joint venture brings … Continue reading

EzeScan: A new way to organize and integrate

Medical practices and businesses are digitizing their paper documents faster than ever before. Whether through EMR, SharePoint, EDRMS suites, or other solutions, organizations want their information quickly and digitally. So how does Ambir fit in? What are we bringing to the table? As a document management solutions company, we’re striving to bring the easiest ways … Continue reading

Technology doesn’t hurt people, but irresponsible use of it can

After all this positive news for tech in healthcare, there comes something on a more disheartening note. A recently-published New York Times article gives an in-depth view of some of the apparent problems of mobile healthcare IT in (at least a few) hospitals. It makes for an interesting, sometimes scandalous read complete with accounts of … Continue reading

Meaningful use and budget HIT at Costco: An EHR roundup

EHR implementation is on the rise. That much is clear. More and more doctors are demonstrating the ever-important “meaningful use” required to collect their share of the $1 billion the federal government is apparently planning on handing out to hospitals and practices by the end of this year. The reason for that? According to the … Continue reading