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  • Multi-Source Archival

    Decades worth of data is extracted from disparate legacy software applications, then the EMR migration and archival is executed – providing immediate access via any browser-based computer. Also, medical document scanning and archiving provides access to patient paper charts.

  • System Access

    Logins can be fully integrated with Microsoft® Active Directory.

  • User Restriction

    Ability to segment data and allow/restrict user access based on login.

  • Access Tracking

    Each user login and activity is fully logged and reportably for auditing.

  • Multi-Data Point Search

    EHR data and images are indexed and made searchable by patient identifier, name, social security number and/or data source.

  • Notes/Comments

    Ability to store notes, documenting reasons why staff accessed archived patient data. This aids in providing an audit trail.

  • Data Encryption

    After the EHR migration, data access is encrypted with industry-standard encryption and can be accessed only through the application interface.

  • Purge Rules

    Based on retention policies, an administrator has the ability to define when migrated EMR data is destroyed.

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  • Ensures Full Data Integrity

    Preserving historical patient data is the responsibility of every provider. As old servers and operating systems age they become more prone to data corruption or loss. The EMR migration and archival to a simplified and more stable storage solution ensures long-term access to the right information when it’s needed for an audit or legal inquiry.

  • Provides Historical Data Accessibility

    We all want data at the touch of a button. Gone are the days of storing historical patient printouts in a binder or inactive medical charts in a basement or storage unit. By scanning and archiving medical data, images and documents, the information becomes immediately accessible to those who need it. We can even embed links to historical patient data from within your new HIS, practice management or EHR system.

  • Reduces System & Storage Costs

    EHR migration and streamlining the long-term storage of historical PHI now will save you in the long-run. Not only will you reduce costs paid for the support and technical mainteance of an antiquated system, but, you will save on training new staff on how to login to and access information over the next 7-20 years. You’ll also save on storage costs of paper medical charts.

  • Complying with Mandates

    Providers are required to have data for nearly a decade or more past the date of last procedure. Check with your attorney, medical society or AHIMA on medical record retention requirements that affect the facility type or practice specialty in your state.