Improve Patient Care Through Strategic Data Management
Clinical archiving helps healthcare organizations improve patient care and optimize business operations by moving data from legacy EHRs to a consolidated repository.
By moving legacy data to a common, secure archive:
Has your organization adopted advanced electronic medical records (EMRs) or electronic health records (EHRs) systems, but are you still using both newer and legacy applications? Does this make it harder for clinicians to access patient information and impact patient care? Do legacy systems still represent a significant portion of your IT budget, preventing you from supporting other strategic initiatives?
Clinical Archiving is the migration of patient data from outdated legacy systems to a single archiving platform that maintains long-term patient records, enables healthcare organizations to comply with regulatory requirements, and allows you to retire legacy clinical applications to reduce costs and maintenance. While Clinical Archiving is designed to reduce the cost of safeguarding and preserving data, our clients also benefit from improved patient outcomes by giving clinicians live access to archived records and giving Healthcare Information Managers tools to easily manage archived data.
Clinical Archiving provides a more complete view of patients through easy access to data on legacy applications while reducing the cost of maintenance for older systems and ensuring ongoing compliance with HIPAA, PHI, and other regulatory requirements. It provides greater clinical efficiency and coordination across the continuum of care through access to data anytime, anywhere. On-demand access to all archived patient records, documents and images through one system, including integration with EPIC, gives clinicians a complete view of patient history, diagnosis and treatment when and where they are most needed—at the point of care. System performance also is achieved through periodic archiving of inactive data to reduce the load placed on current production systems.