Provenance Based Classification Schemes

Libraries don’t catalog government information like traditional collections. Traditional material is catalogued using a subject based classification system, such as the Dewey Decimal System […]

Access Innovations Announces DHUG East

Access Innovations is pleased to announce the date and location of their upcoming Data Harmony Users Group East (DHUGE) Meeting.

DHUGE will take place on […]

It’s Summer Reading Time!

Summer reading. These two words can instill both excitement and dread at the same time for a youth services librarian. Libraries across the country […]

Remembrance Through Archiving and Cataloging

By |May 30th, 2016|Featured, reference|0 Comments

Memorial Day. It’s viewed as the unofficial start of summer. Public pools open, kids are out of school, and BBQ grills are fired up […]

Access Innovations to Overhaul Metropolitan Opera Archive Database

Access Innovations is pleased to announce an engagement with the Metropolitan Opera to redesign the database for the Opera’s archive.

The Metropolitan Opera Archive provides […]

Organizing Knowledge

Humans classify and categorize everything from types of writing instruments to breeds of animals. Marjorie Hlava in her Taxobook states “you could even say […]

Go Baby Go!

The Kentucky Derby may be the most widely anticipated and discussed two-minute sports event of the year. For folks outside the 30-mile radius of […]

What’s in a Name?

Have you ever wondered where musical groups like Modest Mouse or Foo Fighters got the inspiration for their band names?  You aren’t alone.

One aspect […]

IntegraCoder, Powered by Data Harmony, Now Fully Integrated in the athenahealth EHR

By |April 18th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured|0 Comments

Access Innovations, under subsidiary Access Integrity, and Find-A-Code are pleased to announce that IntegraCoder, their combined medical record analysis system, is now fully integrated […]