EMR Replacement, Migration & Archival Resources

EMR Replacement, Migration & Archival Resources


We've assembled a list of resources to assist your organization with EMR archival & EMR migration in support of EMR replacement

Whether it is a result of physician network acquisition activity, meaningful use requirements, or a need to improve the overall effectiveness of managing electronic health information throughout your enterprise, there are various drivers in the Health Information Technology market that can lead an organization to decide on EMR replacement.

The EMR transition requires vendor selection, assessment and scoping, legacy system optimization, data migration, legacy application support, data archival, and new system implementation. If organizations fail to address any of these components properly, their migration could leave healthcare providers without the information needed to make the best patient care decisions, and organizations without easy access to the historical data necessary for participating in quality reporting initiatives and other current and emerging value based care reimbursement methodologies.

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Top 10 Reasons for EMR Data Migration EMR Data Migration Infographic EMR Data Migration Whitepaper
Top 10 Reasons for EMR Data Migration EMR Data Migration Infographic EMR Data Migration Whitepaper
EMR Data Archival Whitepaper Comprehensive EMR Transition Services & Solutions What to Expect When Converting A Walk Through a Clinical Data Conversion Webcast
EMR Data Archival Whitepaper Comprehensive EMR Transition Services & Solutions What to Expect When Converting A Walk Through a Clinical Data Conversion Webcast
TriHealth CPSI to Epic Inpatient EMR Conversion Huntington Memorial Hospital MEDITECH to Cerner Conversion Migrating EMRs: Ways to Prepare for and Convert your Clinical Data Webcast
TriHealth CPSI to Epic Inpatient EMR Conversion Huntington Memorial Hospital MEDITECH to Cerner Conversion Migrating EMRs: Ways to Prepare for and Convert your Clinical Data Webcast

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