CLIN1 Scanning and Document Management

Simple, fast and cost effective. Uses any Twain Comlpiant scanner (no ISIS licenses to purchase). Fully integrated with the rest of our components.

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Uses Twain Compliant Scanners

No ISIS Licenses

That will save you at least a couple of hundred dollars per scanner.

Any Workstation

Just add a scanner

Emergency Department, Registration, Admitting, Laboratory, Imaging. Place your scanners where you need them and use them the most.

Easy to Use

Minimal training required

You can have a new user or new employee productive in less than 30 minutes.

You've Gotta Hate all the Paper

We can help you go "green".

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Paper; iIt's expensive to purchase and expensive to store. In the meantime, we're still stuck with driver's licenses, insurance cards, powers of attorney and consent forms; they'll be around for a few more years yet. To help us all cope with that burden, we've created an integrated (not interfaced) document management system that will allow you to store scanned images, catalogued by patient, encounter number, date/time, and document type. Oh, and you can create as many document type categories as you like.

We support multipage and double-sided copies as well and anything you scan into the patient's chart will be immediately available to any authorized user (with access audit trail) anywhere it's needed.

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Incorporate Legacy Charts


We're not suggesting that you do it for everyone because that can translate into a huge undertaking, but for certain patients, it may make sense to scan all or the most recent and/or significant portions of their chart into the EHR. That way, it's available to the providers if they should like to review it.