Keeping the legacy data you need doesn’t mean you’ve got to keep the expensive, no-longer-supported legacy applications it lives in. Ready for a discovery call to learn how we can help your organization remain compliant, save money and shore up cybersecurity? Contact us.
3 Tips to start the archive conversation
Don’t overlook your legacy data during an EMR conversion. It’s no wonder that throughout all the planning, capability matching, installing and optimizing you may not stop to think about how you’ll manage your legacy data. You’ll need a plan that continues to provide your clinicians and staff access to, and the ability to work with, the data that didn’t make it over to your new systems.
Embrace an enterprise-wide legacy healthcare data archiving strategy sooner, rather than later.
When a health system transitions to new health information technology, clinicians and staff have a new normal. However, considering your clinicians and staff still need access to the data that used to live in the EMR, ERP or Patient Accounting applications your organization just replaced, it’s up to you to figure out how to provide it. Here’s how to set yourself up for success.