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A number of people have replied and I found it very informative and
helpful. Thanks very much!
Michelle

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 5:08 PM, Michelle Fiander <
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> Hello there,
>
> I am interested to speak to someone about these products, specifically,
> what QuickDoc offers that DOCLINE does not, and vice versa. A bit of
> background below. I suppose my question is whether or not both systems are
> still needed.
>
> Thanks much,
> Michelle Fiander, MLIS
>
> According to the QuickDoc web site : The QuickDOC program is designed to
> aid hospital librarians with administrative tasks associated with the
> borrowing and lending of journals between libraries through the DOCLINE®
> interlibrary loan system.
>
> From the Docline  website, "Electronic Funds Transfer System has
> virtually eliminated the need to create invoices and write checks for
> reimbursement for interlibrary loans and document delivery between
> participants. Among the advantages are monthly detailed transaction based
> reports, the ability to handle variable charges and the ability to handle
> non-DOCLINE transactions. NLM participates in the EFTS for billing DOCLINE
> libraries for NLM-supplied documents., use and cost information is
> available and distributed to user libraries routinely.
>