Here at Accusoft we are constantly finding interesting, fun, exciting, noteworthy, shocking and industry-changing articles all week long on the internet. In our Follow Friday series, we feature a few of our finds to share with you. Check us out every week to see what catches our eye around the web!
3 Imaging Issues for Hospital Executives to Address - Becker's Hospital Review
By Kathleen Roney
Joe Marion, principal of Healthcare Integration Strategies, discusses three imaging implications that hospital executives should not forget when addressing health information management. With so many initiatives to pursue — meaningful use attestation, telehealth and telemedicine, health IT infrastructure and data governance just to name a few — hospital executives can easily lose sight of some key health IT issues that need attention.
The FBI Finally Abandons Paper, Goes All-Digital - Mashable
By Alex Fitzpatrick
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s agents have finally made the leap into the future, upgrading from paper files to a digital case management system at a cost of more than $600 million. Sentinel, the agency’s all-digital system, features a web browser-style user interface that allows agents to enter and review information about cases or suspects. Agents can do quick searches to see if one of their cases has any similarities to other cases, an improvement which should speed up investigations.
QR Code Scans Skyrocket in Q2 2012 - ClickZ
By Daniel Mickens
A recent mobile barcode trend report shows huge growth in mobile barcode scanning. The trend report for Q2 of 2012 showed a record breaking number with 5.3 million scans in the month of June alone, the highest ever number of scans in a month.
Google Translate: Picture To OCR To Speech - Search Engine Land
By Barry Schwartz
Google Translate announced they added in integration with Google Goggles, to help with your translation needs. So when you are in a restaurant and the menu looks foreign to you, you can pull out your Google Translate app and have it search for the translation.
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