Media Coverage


An Interview with Digitech Systems

June 30th, 2014


Did you know there are three predictable barriers to business growth?

Sean Morris, Digitech Systems’ Director of Sales weighs in on the discussion and explains how ECM technologies can create growth potential for your business.


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For Practices, Bridging the Health IT Technology Gap Does Not Mean Starting From Scratch

April 10th, 2014


The use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) continues to grow in response to Health IT initiatives. However, many practices struggle to see a resulting increase in quality of care, or worse yet, some are see revenues decline following their investment. Though this issue can be complicated, ECM offers a strong starting point to bridge the Health IT technology gap, because it allows practices to quickly and easily access paper-based records from within the EHR.


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Marketing by Fact

February 11th, 2014


Many manufacturing partners offer marketing support to resellers, but the quality of those materials varies widely. How much are your partner’s marketing efforts contributing to your success?
Learn more about how to spot winning marketing strategies.


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Technology Tandem Packs a Punch

February 11th, 2014


Electronic Health Records (EHR) are incomplete without historic, paper-based patient files. Find out how ECM can help link paper-based information into an EHR application to improve quality of care for your patients.


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How Electronic Content Management Adds Intelligence to the EHR View

December 2nd, 2013


Find out how Children’s Hospital and the Mental Health Center of Denver are bridging the information divide using ImageSilo® and PaperVision® Enterprise. Electronic content management (ECM) solutions collaborate with EHRs to turn paper files into complete electronic charts.


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ECM: A Complement to EHR

November 13th, 2013


Many EHR systems do not easily integrate information from older, paper-based records, yet most healthcare organizations have decades of older records. The information in these older records is essential for physicians trying to diagnose and treat patients.


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