There are many use cases for our medical scanning service, including the following:
There are a few important considerations to make before converting your medical records.
Law firms and attorney’s offices often lag behind many other industries when it comes to technology. With the increase in digital legal service providers and the average client’s expectation for online accessibility, digitizing your legal processes can be one of the most cost-effective ways to add value to your services. A few examples of core processes that can benefit from a document scanning pipeline:
The process of digitizing and indexing legal documents can be tedious and time-consuming. It requires a substantial investment in scanning equipment and software, as well as ongoing costs for employee time and training. Not to mention, properly categorizing and organizing large volumes of documents in a way that improves efficiency and productivity is not as straightforward as it may seem.
A professional document scanning service takes the guesswork and effort out of converting your files. Plus, it’s cost-effective, far less stressful, and helps you get the most out of your documents.
Converting your legal documents to digital formats offers many immediate benefits to your firm.
Our scanning service was designed to help accountants convert a wide variety of important business documents into digital formats with ease. Centralize your data by converting and uploading the following document types:
Typically, any document that falls outside of the standard ANSI paper sizes (legal or letter) falls into the large format/ oversized category. The main reason for the distinction is the need for special scanning equipment.
A few typical examples of a large format document would include:
It is important to remember though that large-format documents need to be removed from tubes or racks and loaded into the scanner one at a time, so the scanning process can take a bit longer. These large sheets also need special care and proper handling to avoid rips and tears in your documents.
When you’re ready to start your document scanning project, it can be difficult to visualize the number of documents that need to be converted, especially when stored in various containers and filing cabinets around your office.
In order to simplify this estimation, we created this tool to help you determine how many documents you need to scan based on your current storage method.
Each available container type is mapped to an estimated document count ( as you will see when you add a single item in the calculator ) which is multiplied by the industry-standard rate of $.09 per sheet scanned. This makes it easy to take inventory of each storage container you have to get an estimated total cost for your scanning project.
For example, assume you have a 18″ W4 Drawer File Cabinet. Simply input 4 into the matching filing cabinet ( 4 drawers at 18″ each ) to get a rough estimate of (12,800 documents * $.09) = $1,152.00 cost.
Depending on how full your filing cabinets are, you may find that the estimate in our calculator is higher than what you’ll actually pay, assuming that some boxes or drawers are naturally only partially full. You may also receive discounts for bulk scanning which are not accounted for in this tool.
The national average cost to scan a paper document ranges from $0.07 to $.0.12 per page. There are a number of other factors that can affect the price, including the condition of the documents and discounted rates applied for bulk scanning (large volumes = reduced price per page).
The chart below shows the average document scanning prices per page based on the type of material scanned.
|Document Category||Average Cost|
|Paper Scanning||$0.07 to $.0.12 per page|
|Large Format Scanning||$1.25 – $1.75 per page|
|Microfiche Jacket(16mm and 35mm)||$0.75 to $1.25 per sheet|
|COM Microfiche||$1.25 to $3.00 per sheet|
|COM Fiche||$3.00 to $.5.00 per image scanned|