Optimization Methods and Important Regulatory Requirements [eBook series 4 of 6]

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Optimize Results for Effective OCR 1. Image Quality To optimize results for effective OCR, image resolution is important. For the usual font size (10 pts or above), a resolution of 300 dots per inch (DPI) is recommended. Smaller font sizes will command even higher DPI resolutions. Also, when scanning, you can generally choose among three…

Four EHR Technical Requirements [eBook series 3 of 6]

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Technical Considerations There are clear time and cost savings benefits in using scanning, barcodes, and OCR. There is also the benefit of familiarity – they are technologies that users know and are comfortable with. But, there are various things to consider when choosing a solution for each. As always, there are technical hurdles your team…

How EHR Users Interact With Fundamental Technologies [eBook series 2 of 6]

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Previously we talked about two important fundamental technologies, Scan and Barcode. In this blog post we will briefly go over another mature technology which can be utilized to greatly enrich an EHR application and how do users benefit from these technologies through various scenarios. Download your eBook The Power of Optical Character Recognition Another common…

Ultimate Enabling Technologies Behind Electronic Health Records [eBook series 1 of 6]

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Most organizations continue to experience paperwork inefficiencies and the healthcare industry is arguably the top suffering sector for it. Thus, whether by regulation or not, healthcare organizations are more and more desperate for relief from paperwork via electronic health record (EHR) solutions. In this blog series, we will dissect the intricacies when navigating this field…

Data Capture Technology to Advance Electronic Health Records

There is no disputing the electronic health record (EHR) market is undergoing drastic changes and has been doing so for a while now. While these changes have brought on barriers to acceptance, there are continued signs that the use of EHR applications is catching on. However, the pace seems to have slowed and signs point…

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