Document Scanning Services

Helping Your Organization Transition From Paper to Electronic Records

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  • Scanning & Imaging

    Healthcare facilities, institutions and large and small businesses in Maine and New Hampshire rely on Records Management Center to help their organizations transition smoothly from paper to electronic records. It’s fast, accurate, and hassle-free. RMC offers full service scanning and digital imaging programs, converting documents on paper, microfiche, microfilm, photographs, or nearly any other physical … Read More

  • Medical Record Scanning

    Records Management Center can help your healthcare organization transition smoothly from paper medical records and patient charts to electronic records – fast, accurate, and hassle-free. Records Management Center’s dedicated scanning department has successfully and efficiently scanned and processed tens of millions of documents, both for archived files and day-forward document scanning programs, including patient file scanning … Read More

  • Microfiche & Microfilm Scanning

    Microfilm and Microfiche were at one time the best options for backing up critical data, accessing information and reducing the need for paper file storage. However, in the age of ever advancing digital technology, these formats have proven to be obsolete. Image retrieval from microfilm and microfiche is very time consuming and requires bulky, out-dated … Read More

COVID-19 Essential Services Include Information Management, Data Destruction & ITAD

As governments around the world close non-essential businesses to stem the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), they are fully aware some services are essential to ensure the communities they serve remain protected. Based on a thorough review of the guidance from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS),
New York State, California, as well as sources from the United Kingdom, Italy, and South Korea, it is clear that information management, IT asset disposal and secure data destruction are included in “essential services.”