Exciting New Version of our MedicScan OCR Insurance Card Scanner

August 11, 2008 on 1:09 am | In Insurance card scanner |
insurance card scanner OCR window

Insurance card scanner OCR window

In our last post, we described the amazing MedicScan device; an insurance card scanner that uploads scanned data from an insurance card in mere seconds. We mentioned that it could be utilized in a variety of settings and that the scanned data can be uploaded to various applications. The new version of MedicScan OCR, the MedicScan OCR True Parse, takes this 21st century technology one step further! Here’s what this truly remarkable insurance card scanner device can offer you.

Interactive capabilities
With the new version MedicScan OCR True Parse, the insurance card scanner acts as an intelligent device that’s able to convert the digital card image into interactive usage. In other words, you can actually choose which data or information you want pulled into another application or medical form of your choice.

How does it work?
The MedicScan OCR True Parse insurance card scanner scans and reads the data through OCR technology and then uploads the actual image along with the data to an interactive window. That window contains both the actual image (left side of the screen) with the text data and a right panel that contains various field options. These two sections allow you to extract the data in two different ways:

(1) Right panel – Click on one the fields of your choice on the right panel and then move your mouse to any one of the highlighted fields on the left side of the window. Then, simply left click on that field (or even multiple fields) and the data will automatically be copied to the right panel field. That data can then be exported to any other application or form with a click of the mouse.

(2) Left side with image – Press the shift button and click on one of the highlighted fields on the insurance card image. Then, drag and drop that particular data into the application or form that you choose. If you want to drag and drop multiple fields at the same time (i.e. address), just left click and drag on those fields that you want to export at one time. You can even export part of a field by left clicking a specific section, which then appears on the bottom panel (making it ready for easy export).

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