Healthcare

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Illinois National Bank Reduces Costs, Achieves A Competitive Advantage With ibml Scanning And Document Capture Solution

    Lockbox processing remains a lucrative business for financial institutions, representing billions of dollars annually in fees and interest income, plus revenues from ancillary bank treasury services. It also is a critical differentiator in a financial institution’s ability to win and retain corporate clients.

  • Camden NHS Comes To The Force In EPR
    Camden NHS Comes To The Force In EPR

    As one of the longest established healthcare providers in London, the Mental Health aspect of Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust has proud responsibility for a high density patient population spread across some 40 separate sites centered on St Pancras Hospital which itself has evolved from its Victorian beginnings as a work house.

  • Illinois National Bank Reduces Costs, Achieves A Competitive Advantage With Scanning And Document Capture Solution

    Since deploying the ibml scanning and document capture solution in 2009, Illinois National Bank has reduced its full-page scanning and processing costs, won new business in the lucrative healthcare and government markets, and grown its scanning and data capture revenues from existing customers. Illinois National Bank is using two ImageTrac® high-speed scanners powered by ibml’s SoftTrac® Capture Suite software. The bank keeps a third ImageTrac scanner at its disaster recovery site.

  • 4 Advantages To Infusing Analytics Into Healthcare Data
    4 Advantages To Infusing Analytics Into Healthcare Data

    Smarter data enables wellness health outcomes and cost reduction for self-insured employers and care providers.

  • Adoption Of Digital Records In The Health Care Industry

    Utilization of electronic record keeping systems is becoming increasingly predominant within the healthcare industry due to a wide range of benefits, ultimately resulting in improved quality of care and patient safety, not to mention controlled costs and time savings for healthcare providers.

  • DocumentReader Displaces Underperforming Technology At Heathcare BPO

    A leading business process outsourcing firm (BPO) that focuses on the healthcare space contacted A2iA regarding the automatic routing, or indexing, of medical documents, including handwritten physicians’ notes, clinical documentation, and complex requisition forms. Although the BPO was already utilizing a classification engine, they were not satisfied with its performance.

  • Processing H1N1 Flu Vaccine Forms

    Millions of H1N1 swine flu vaccines became available during the Fall of 2009, and while many contemplated whether or not to get the vaccine, government health officials had a different issue on their hands -- what to do with the millions of pages of healthcare forms that piled up once the shot became available.

  • QAI Streamlines The Process Of Maxim Health Systems With A2iA FieldReader

    The wide variety of handwriting, which appeared on each form, was slowing down Maxim Health Systems’ ability to process the forms in a timely manner. In the past, patient consent forms were processed with manual data-entry -- a process that was tedious, time-consuming and unreliable.

  • Diagnostic Testing Organization Modernizes Operations With DocumentReader

    Initiated by the customer’s C-Suite as part of a five-year savings plan, the organization looked to modernize operations within its primary business unit and to automate its paper-based processes. The chosen solution was required to provide value with respect to shortened processing times and increased efficiencies, but also by delivering an ROI.

  • DocumentReader Displaces Underperforming Technology At Healthcare BPO

    A2iA is the worldwide leading developer of cursive handwriting and machine-printed text recognition, and intelligent document classification software. With a focus on research and development, all technology is built in-house without the use of third- party engines, allowing for customization and complete control over its capabilities.

  • Children’s Hospital Foundation Uses Intranet As An Information Portal And Hub For Collaboration

    I recently sat down with Children's Hospital Foundation's Associate Director of Online Information Systems, Ken Fonzi, to discuss their unique communication and collaboration challenges. Here's a summary of what he had to say.

  • Streamlining Access To Critical Healthcare Operations
    Streamlining Access To Critical Healthcare Operations

    The healthcare industry’s ability to streamline meaningful use and Health Information Exchange (HIE) efforts are largely based on the level of interoperability between management systems. Organizations have long been tasked with improving the accessibility of data throughout complex multi-channel workflows without sacrificing security, accuracy, time or budgets. With this natural progression of the industry’s efforts, Intelligent Capture has provided a critical bridge in accessing data held within paper medical documentation and making it available within the daily digital workflow, easing interoperability efforts and helping to facilitate an electronic industry.

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