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Card Scanning Solutions Inc. Partners with IO Practiceware’s EHR and EPM Software System, Advancing Capabilities in the Ophthalmology and Optometry Industries
Date:9/30/2013

nsurance cards and driver’s licenses. MedicScan® OCR paired with a TWAIN scanner will extract the textual information from the image of the card and automatically auto-populates the appropriate text fields of the patient record in the IO Practiceware software system. This patient information is also stored securely in order to ensure HIPAA Compliancy providing the ability to legally store and host sensitive data. With the ability to extract vital information automatically, human error is reduced, time is saved and a paperless environment can be created with efficient record keeping. Since accurate information is collected, claim denials are limited and the overall patient experience is enhanced. Users who already have a TWAIN compliant card scanner can make use of the MedicScan® as a software only option.

Those who do not already have a TWAIN scanner or would prefer a compact, space saving device can purchase MedicScan® OCR with the SnapShell® R2 scanner from Card Scanning Solutions Inc. It has also been integrated into the IO Practiceware EHR and PM system. Providing high image quality and rapid scanning ability, the SnapShell® R2 contributes extensively to the efficient scanning and extraction of medical card data. Once a card is placed in the scanner, MedicScan® OCR software takes over and extracts the required data from the scanned card. The SnapShell® R2 scanner only requires a USB 2.0 connection and no external power supply is needed.

With the comprehensive OCR Software Developers Kit (SDK) from Card Scanning Solutions Inc., their advanced OCR software has been seamlessly integrated directly into the IO Practiceware EHR and PM software solution providing users with full access to the automated data-collection process of medical card data. To purchase the solutions from Card Scanning Solutions Inc., IO Practiceware users can visit

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