March 6, 2019 – Flatirons Digital Innovations, specialists in healthcare data management solutions, and OpenText, leaders in enterprise data archiving, are pleased to partner as Silver sponsors at the 2019 Texas Regional HIMSS Conference. The conference takes place March 25-26, 2019, at the Renaissance Austin Hotel in Austin, Texas.
In its 11th consecutive year, the Texas Regional HIMSS Conference brings together over 700 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors from around the state of Texas that focus on innovations, opportunities and progressive solutions to improve healthcare technology.
Improving Care through Patient Data Management
During this year’s event, Flatirons and OpenText will be demonstrating the newest updates to their clinical archiving solution. Built on OpenText™ InfoArchive—a secure, compliant, XML-based system of record to store and retrieve both structured and unstructured information—the solution provides a fast and easy way for clinicians to access legacy EHR records from a single archive. It also gives HIM users an efficient tool to respond to HIPAA information access requests and RAC audits as well as improve their understanding of patient and provider encounters.
“The healthcare industry is experiencing disruption on a number of fronts,” said Frank Hughes, healthcare IT specialist with Flatirons Digital Innovations. “For example, as mergers and acquisitions drive providers to consolidate onto a single EHR, clinicians have to look in two places for patient records—either their current EHR or the original system. Logging into multiple systems to access a patient’s complete medical history is cumbersome and results in a disjointed view of the patient. Keeping patient and accounting records on duplicate systems also makes it harder to respond to patient information requests, audits, and other requests. Clinical archiving resolves this by bringing all historical EHR data into one place and making it accessible through a provider’s current system.”
“We’re pleased to join Flatirons to demonstrate the newest developments in clinical archiving,” added Larry Huck, account executive at OpenText. “Through clinical archiving, healthcare providers not only can improve the quality of care they offer. They can also reduce costs by pruning their IT portfolios of costly legacy systems.”
Conference participants are invited to learn more about clinical archiving and see a demo at the Flatirons and OpenText booth (#509).
To schedule a demo during the event, contact Frank Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-602-7869).