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Lytec MD


October 12, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

Lytec MD is a combination of an electronic health record and a practice management solution (Lytec 2010).  It is housed on the practice’s server and is intended for practices that already use Lytec 2010 and want to use both EMR and PM features in one package. More…

Intivia InSync


September 21, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

Intivia InSync is electronic medical record software that allows for doctors and staff to coordinate patient care while reducing paper records and time-consuming administrative tasks. More…

Meditab Intelligent Medical Software (IMS)


September 1, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

Meditab’s Intelligent Medical Software (IMS) combine features of both electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) into one package, a so-called “electronic medical office.” More…

iSalus Healthcare OfficeEMR


August 17, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

iSalus Healthcare OfficeEMR is a web-based solution that combines electronic medical record features with practice management functions. It is hosted on iSalus’ servers so medical practices do not need to purchase any servers, software, or other relevant expenditures. More…

Noteworthy NetPractice EHRweb


August 15, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

Noteworthy’s NetPractice EHRweb is web-based electronic health software that can be used by any practice, regardless of size and specialty.  Its Version 7.02.0 has received the ONC-ATCB 2011-2012 designation for Stage 1 meaningful use (which is set by the feds for reimbursement for physicians adopting EMR for their offices). More…

MicroMD EMR


August 9, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

MicroMD EMR is an electronic medical record (EMR) solution that is not only appropriate for larger practices but for smaller (even solo) practices as well. It combines electronic records and practice management into one system, and is geared toward numerous specialties, such as family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, and obstetrics and gynecology. More…

Allscripts MyWay


August 4, 2011 by Melissa Pardo

Allscripts MyWay combines electronic medical records (EMR) with practice management and claims management solutions. It is intended for smaller or solo practices that do not have IT staff or do not wish to spend a lot of money on EMRs. MyWay can also be integrated with an office’s current practice management software. Currently, MyWay is offered for family practices, internal medicine, pediatrics, and urgent care, but that list will continue to grow. More…

Brother app supports printing from mobile devices


August 31, 2010 by Sam Narisi

As smartphones and other mobile devices become more popular, more vendors are looking for ways to let users print on the go. More…

Case study: Digital pens cut down on paperwork


August 27, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Businesses that need employees to report data on the go often turn to smartphones, tablet PCs or other mobile computing devices. But there’s another tool that may be a better fit: More…

Help for mobile printing woes


August 24, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

You make some last minute changes to a spreadsheet or a presentation in the airplane or the hotel room. The problem: How do you print out a new revised copy? More…

Portable protection for road warriors


August 23, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

With so much work being done now by telecommuters and laptop-toting road warriors, data security problems have become all the more complicated. There’s a real need for remote workers to log into their company’s data center without opening new opportunities for data loss and malicious attacks. More…

New tool helps convert handwritten docs to digital files


August 20, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

OCR (optical character recognition) has become a surprisingly reliable tool for all kinds of businesses. Converting printed text into a digitally readable and searchable format is now commonplace enough to be included in even the least expensive scanners and multifunctionals. More…

A small printer may mean a big plus for food safety


August 10, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a number of diseases caused by contamination of the food supply, whether it be green onions, melons, or lettuce. Those problems may now be easier to control with some help from an unlikely hero: More…

Toner could be made from plastic waste


August 4, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Some new technology could soon make printing more environmentally friendly. More…

Should businesses support the iPad? These firms say yes


July 21, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Apple’s iPad has been a big hit — and not just with consumers. Businesses are also finding it can help them streamline processes and reduce paper use. More…

HP printers to get secure toner


July 14, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Businesses that have to print secure, tamper-proof documents may want to pay attention to this new product. More…

Xerox offers tool for smarter printing


July 13, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Xerox Print Advisor is a newly announced software tool that is designed to give corporate users a better handle on printing costs. A more powerful Premium version with added analysis tools will also be available later in the year. More…

New Kodak model allows smartphone printing


July 8, 2010 by Sam Narisi

As more work gets done on the go using smartphones, the problem of printing from those mobile devices becomes more critical. Slowly but surely, printer makers are offering solutions. More…

Case study: iPad saves firm big bucks on paper


July 7, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Apple’s new iPad tablet device has gotten a long look from businesses as an alternative to traditional means of sharing documents. Here’s one company that’s gotten good use out of it. More…

LoJacked! App reels in computer thieves


July 1, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Apple’s enhanced app for tracking lost or stolen iPads was the hero in a recent police chase and arrest. More…

Lost smartphone containing vulnerable data? There’s an app for that


June 23, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

As smartphones like the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and others become more and more critical to business, they are becoming a major vulnerability in corporate data security. Such devices can store tons of corporate information, and they are very easy to lose or misplace.

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Need a portable scanner? How about your smartphone?


June 18, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Some apps add yet another use for that little device in your pocket that can do just about anything. More…

New printer improves smartphone, iPad printing


June 16, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

As the presence and importance of wireless devices from smartphones to tablets grows, the problem of printing from them has become more critical. One manufacturer may have a viable solution. More…

Early look at Microsoft Word Online


June 14, 2010 by Sam Narisi

This week, Microsoft launched Web-based versions of its Office applications. Here’s what a few experts have to say about MS Word Online: More…

HP announces print by e-mail


June 9, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Hewlett-Packard recently announced a new method for printing from mobile devices: sending print jobs via e-mail. More…

HP + Palm: Will it shake up the printer industry?


May 25, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Hewlett-Packard’s purchase of portable device maker Palm will give the company an operating system (WebOS) for tablet computers to compete with Apple’s iPad. But it may also have a big impact on HP’s printer line. More…

Chrome browser gaining ground as IE slips


May 6, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Is Google’s Chrome browser a good fit for your users? More and more of them think so. More…

Solution to iPad printing problems


May 5, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Apparently, someone’s found a way around the much-reported difficulties of printing from an iPad. More…

HP utility supports on-the-go printing


April 29, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Users of smartphones, PDAs and tablet computers now have the power to bring some serious work around without having to carry a laptop. But printing out that work, even when a wireless printer is available, has been problematic. More…

Tiger Woods wishes he had this service


April 27, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Text messages can last forever. And they can haunt people who toss them off without thinking about what they write.  More…


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