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Discover the Complete DataArk® Enterprise Archiving Solution

MediQuant leads the way in terms of enterprise archiving solutions. Utilizing DataArk active-archiving software, a custom Data Retention Roadmap®, and our own best practices implementation methodology, MediQuant ensures accessible, accurate data storage.

As an active archive, DataArk empowers end users with real-time access to archived data through an easy-to-use interface – with no middleman. Additional benefits of our archiving software include:

  • Up to 80% decrease in legacy system costs
  • Consolidated view of disparate data (EHR, clinical, EMR, patient financial, ERP, ambulatory)
  • Full billing of existing receivables
  • Ease of use and readily adoptable GUI
  • Auto-invoke from the new HIS
  • Preservation of legacy system data
  • Advanced configurability
  • Flexible data hosting (within your center or ours/SaaS)

Tailor our Archiving Software to Your Needs

The DataArk legacy data archive solution consists of a proven process that takes you through the following stages:

MediQuant applies this consultative approach to all legacy system decommissioning projects. We provide swift and reliable solutions for:

  • Patient accounting
  • Clinical and EMR
  • Administrative data sets
  • Health information management (HIM)

Experience “Single Framework, Enterprise View” Architecture

DataArk streamlines your IT world, making data from your best-of-breed systems available in a composite view across the enterprise. Users may also automatically access DataArk from the new EMR software to view historical records.

Clinical, financial and ERP data—ambulatory and inpatient—is securely accessible from anywhere, including HIM and physician offices, making DataArk and your new EMR software interoperable.

Leverage a Scalable and Data Source Agnostic Solution

MediQuant has retired more than 725 million patient records and has years of experience working with different applications, requirements, facility types and datasets.

Whether you’re decommissioning one application or doing an  EMR conversion of several systems, we have the scalability to meet your needs. What’s more, our DataArk archiving solution is agnostic to the data source, archiving ambulatory and clinical datasets, and incorporating additional systems, datasets and facilities as required in the future.

Features of Our DataArk Active Legacy Data Archive

Intuitive and configurable, MediQuant’s DataArk archiving software offers clinical, financial and ERP end users one common data structure and user interface. Designed to take in an unlimited number of new applications, it is both scalable and agnostic to the data source.

DataArk provides a “retirement home” for legacy data and, as an active archive, allows end users to carry out day-to-day functions, which include:

  • Accessing the data from the retired system
  • Viewing information
  • Running reports
  • Adding and editing data
  • Performing billing functions

Transition with Ease

DataArk is a .NET application that resides in a Windows operating environment and uses MS SQL server as its database. It can be installed at your site or at a MediQuant data center.

Additionally, our software offers complete configurability to optimize workflow. With its common data structure, standardized GUI and EHR/EMR interface, DataArk requires as little as one hour of training for end users.

Retain Data Integrity

DataArk software ensures familiar data types by migrating data rather than converting it. The software accommodates all data elements from your legacy systems, giving you confidence that no data has been lost or altered in any way. The data viewed in DataArk is the same exact data that resided in the retired system.

To learn more about the robust and configurable capabilities of the DataArk system, contact our team.

DataArk for Patient Accounting

Full data conversions into the new HIS are riddled with risk and often discouraged by software vendors, consultants and hospital staff. Balance-forward methodologies are incomplete, and keeping the old system enabled for minimal A/R management and archiving purposes is cost prohibitive.

The DataArk strategy, however, avoids these pitfalls and provides a seamless transition. It allows you to:

  • Start “clean” with the new system
  • Retire the legacy application within months after go-live on the new system
  • Manage legacy receivables from DataArk after retiring the legacy system

Sustain Cash Flow with Robust Functionality

No other archive matches the patient accounting functions available in DataArk. These functions include retiring legacy billing applications while retaining the ability to manage your receivables.

Using our software, MediQuant clients can complete a diverse range of functions including the ability to:

  • Fully post, bill and update balances on existing receivables
  • Submit and edit claims
  • Add notes
  • Manage agencies and interfaces with other systems
  • Produce itemized statements
  • Produce complete ad hoc and standard reports
  • Defend audits

To find out more about how DataArk allows you to manage your receivables after decommissioning your legacy billing system, be sure to reach out to our team.

DataArk for Clinical Data

When a healthcare facility retires its legacy systems, physicians and clinical staff still need daily access to these records to deliver proper care to their patients. Additionally, there are workflow considerations in maintaining quick access to old records.

DataArk is an enterprise-wide solution, featuring a clinical module that optimizes workflow and provides easy-to-use screens for end users. It allows real-time access to records such as:

  • EMRs
  • Pharmacy/order histories
  • Radiology reports
  • Lab results
  • Discrete data elements and images

To learn more about how the DataArk clinical archive keeps your clinical records available to users across the enterprise after a new EMR implementation, consult our team.

DataArk for ERP

For ERP, human resources and similar data sets, DataArk provides an active archive for payroll, time/attendance, benefits history, general ledger, accounts payable and more.

Our software ensures that users retain compliance with federal and state data retention regulations and provides easy access to important business records. Fully configurable, DataArk is highly flexible and user friendly.

Contact us to talk about your unique data retention requirements.

DataArk for Health Information Management

Health information management (HIM) requires the highest levels of responsiveness and accuracy. Historically, hospitals handle release of information (ROI) and audit requests by staffing an in-house ROI department or outsourcing with a service provider.

DataArk provides release of information functionality to meet the vital needs of HIM departments. Contact our team to find out more about how DataArk helps simplify HIM.

Additionally, if you have any questions regarding any of our products for the healthcare field, you can reach us by email at info@mediquant.com.

DataArk Case Study

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Learn more how a southern Ohio health system utilized DataArk’s active A/R management functionality for continued collections and compliance amidst a system conversion. Learn more about legacy system decommissioning and the fiscal and functional advantages MediQuant’s Active Archiving solution, DataArk, delivers. To request a copy of the case study, click here.

How to Eliminate Legacy Systems Costs

Learn more about legacy system decommissioning and the fiscal and functional advantages MediQuant’s Active Archiving solution, DataArk, delivers. To request a copy of the White Paper, click here.

Meet DataArk: The System Conversion Alternative

What is The DataArk? In effect, DataArk, acts as a "retirement home" for legacy data from retiring HIS, CIS, HR and other systems, thus eliminating the high support costs associated with your legacy system. For patient accounting systems, DataArk provides billing functionality, thus allowing for quick retirement of financial systems. You may also call it an "active archive", a form of data archiving where end users may regularly access the system and view information, run reports and, if necessary, add/edit existing data.

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