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Giant scanner/printer/copier work centers are pretty fantastic, if you can afford one. A fledgling practice, however, may not have the extra cash to splash on such luxuries.
If you're just getting your practice up and running, a scanner app for your smartphone could get your through your basic scanning needs.
Scanning apps use your phone's camera to capture document images. And, unlike your phone's basic photo functions, scanner apps optimize captured text for reading or printing.
The New York Times' Bob Tedeschi explains, "If you were to photograph a page from a book, for instance, you would have to push the page completely flat in order to get an image you could read. Otherwise the text curves so much that it hinders easy reading. For professional use, such photos would fall far short." Scanner apps, by contrast, correct those inconvenient curvatures.
Whether you're partial to iPhone, Android, or Blackberry, you have a smartphone scanner option. For example:
If you scan a lot of documents, you might need to enlist a scanner service or just buy a scanner. If you only scan occasionally, a smartphone app will probably be sufficient.