Newsletter | May 23, 2017

05.23.17 -- Application Retirement — Is Documentum On Your Top 10 List?

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Improve Interoperability With Intelligent Document Processing
By A2iA Corporation

Interoperability depends on the successful exchange of relevant electronic health information from one organization and one system to another. With an abundance of EHR solutions, providers now face many disconnects because the different systems and applications cannot communicate or exchange data with one another.

One-Touch Document Capture Platform Improves Timeliness, Accuracy Of Management Reports
By OPEX Corporation

Sun Life was manually processing over 25,000 medical and dental health claims daily. In addition to reporting and tracking inaccuracies, the length of time to process a claim could be as long as seven days. Sun Life undertook an imaging and workfow project to improve cycle times and control and the biggest hurdle was the complexity of over 800 different sizes and types of medical claim documents.

Application Retirement — Is Documentum On Your Top 10 List?
By Bill Tolson, Archive360

Aging applications are eventually retired or shut-down for reasons ranging from a better, more innovative solution becoming available, for consolidation, for cost and/or risk reduction, and because of new legal and/or regulatory requirements. There other motivations as well, but where there seems to be less understanding is what should be done with the associated application data?

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OPEX Falcon Transportable Document Scanning Workstation

Falcon Transportable, designed for mobile scanning operations, combines OPEX's innovative one-step drop feed scanning technology with the performance of a high-capacity production scanner. Regardless of your document scanning needs, Falcon Transportable is intended to attack the most difficult and daunting workflow challenges wherever your on-site scanning business takes you.

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