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Clinical Archiving

Improve Patient Care Through Strategic Data Management

Benefits of Clinical Archiving

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.

Clinicians
  • Access archived patient information at the point of care, directly from the EHR
  • Organize patient information intuitively to enable easy search and retrieval
  • Securely share archived documents with all clinicians across the enterprise
Healthcare Information Managers
  • Easily export or print all or parts of patients’ archived medical information
  • Easily add single records to a patient’s medical history
  • Configure and enforce patients’ preferences for privacy
  • Organize patient data for future data mining to support big data, analytics and population health efforts
Information Technology
  • Significantly reduce OPEX and CAPEX costs with payback in as few as six months
  • Recoup capital to fund innovation and health IT investments
  • Preserve all forms of patient information within an XMLbased, unified archive that conforms to the Open Archival Information System (OAIS)

Get Started!

We offer a free, half-day portfolio analysis to help identify the benefits your organization can achieve through Clinical Archiving. The analysis includes:

  • Meeting with your business teams and IT organization to identify applications that store aging clinical information that could be archived
  • Defining a project plan that outlines the recommended milestones and tasks required to archive data from the systems, and potentially retire each of the applications
  • Preparing a financial justification and projected ROI
  • Preparing a statement of work that defines the initial data archiving effort, the applications to be retired (if applicable), and the scope of a proof of concept implementation
  • Presenting findings to your project sponsors and stakeholders

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