Archive for February, 2014

, Digitizing Medical Records & The Affordable Care Act

Digitizing Medical Records & The Affordable Care Act

The effort to begin digitizing patient medical records has existed in the hospital industry for almost as long as technology to scan quickly and clearly became available. In 2009 after image scanning reached new levels of quality in which documents could be scanned at extremely high- DPI, the investments...

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, Technological trends and Cloud Computing in US Economy

Technological trends and Cloud Computing in US Economy

With the rapid growth of the cloud computing market comes the rush to digitize records and documents. What people don’t readily understand is that without a comprehensive document management system/hosting software all of these digitized paper records are really difficult to manage: Unlimited space usage and custom detail search...

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, Going Paperless in 2014

Going Paperless in 2014

It is a new year and great time to starting making the shift to a paperless system. If, your company is plagued by the large amounts of paper that need to be filed, organized and easy to access this is an alternative worth paying attention to. For high paper...

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, NCAA’s ‘National Signing Day’ takes steps to go paperless

NCAA’s ‘National Signing Day’ takes steps to go paperless

High school seniors who planned on joining UCLA's competitive football program were able to submit their letter of intent electronically. 

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, Generation Y leads the paperless billing movement

Generation Y leads the paperless billing movement

In one year, the number of mobile or online bill payments doubled from 8 million to 16 million transactions.

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, USPS delays phase two of consolidating sorting facilities

USPS delays phase two of consolidating sorting facilities

Last week USPS announced that its plans to close additional mail and parcel sorting facilities will be delayed for 90 days.

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, Students may no longer have have the ‘Snow Day’ excuse, classes are going online

Students may no longer have have the ‘Snow Day’ excuse, classes are going online

Tele-schooling may be a larger trend if more school districts see the advantage of implementing these data processes.

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, Los Angeles Dodgers roll out paperless ticketing service in 2014

Los Angeles Dodgers roll out paperless ticketing service in 2014

The Los Angeles Dodgers will be the 18th MLB club to implement paperless tickets.

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