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Communing with 300 million pages of documents, A rare look inside Israel’s State Archives

Posted on: September 4, 2012

The Israeli Government has scanned approximately 2.2 million pages out of 300 million pages in the State Archive.  Uh, could someone help me out with a referral please?! This is a terrific article from the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

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Your Dropbox Account Just Got Even More Secure

Posted on: August 27, 2012

The Scan Man is glad to see that Drop Box has added a new layer of security to protect your documents.  Read on from Gizmodo:

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Scan Man Review of Kofax Express

Posted on: August 6, 2012

The Scan Man uses several scanning applications within our Scanning Service Bureau, and Kofax Express has been a terrific addition.  Kofax Express is an enterprise-class scanning application at a very reasonable price.  The vast majority of features one would possibly need for heavy duty scanning are included.  The only ding is on the lack of […]

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Products the Scan Man Likes: MemoryBanc

Posted on: August 2, 2012

Kay Bransford, founder of MemoryBanc has an great story behind her business.  This is her story and why MemoryBanc is such a terrific product. From Kay’s blog, Dealing With Dementia:  My mom stopped liking her favorite foods and my dad stopped joking around. Some changes were subtle while others were so overwhelming and no one else seemed […]

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National Archives Today’s Document

Posted on: July 23, 2012

The Scan Man has a library full of great websites for people who love document archiving and history.  I get a daily dose of history from the National Archives Today’s Document website.  These are a few samples, but it’s worth adding bookmarking the site, or “liking” their Facebook page.

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The Impact of the Supreme Court Decision on Health IT

Posted on: July 12, 2012

From my friends at BEI, a terrific piece articulating the impact of the recent Supreme Court decision on Health IT.  Thanks to Jonathan Krausner. As we all know, the Supreme Court decided that the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) Individual Mandate penalty is constitutional as a tax. On Medicaid expansion, the court upheld the expansion but […]

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Top 10 Benefits of an Electronic Medical Records System

Posted on: July 12, 2012

The Scan Man hears and reads a lot of opinions about the value of Electronic Medical Record systems vs the cost of purchasing and implementing the system.  I’ve seen with my own eyes the improvements in patient flow withing medical practices where I’ve done scanning.  The following article from Virtual Strategy Magazine explains the benefits […]

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