Healthcare organizations may have different factors driving them to replace or upgrade existing systems, however migrating to a new EHR is a huge undertaking that presents many risks to both the organization and its patients. Among the risks of manual data migration are inaccurate data, issues with patient safety or satisfaction, increased costs, delayed clinical adoption or worse. Learn how health systems are standardizing their EHR migration process and avoiding these risks.
In this podcast, Kent Henriksen, CIO of a large health system shares the impact of using
Boston Software Systems' Active Data Quality (ADQ) service to move millions of key clinical records to a new Epic EHR.
Fred Calatayud, CIO and COO of Women's Health describes how the decision to use a migration platform for data migration to a new EMR allowed him to save resources, migrate patient data accurately and sunset the legacy system.
In this podcast, Kevin Sexton from Fauquier Hospital shares how his team used Boston WorkStation’s automation solution to update over 20,000 records in the pharmacy and materials management modules of their Meditech system.
Hospitals moving to a new EMR have to develop a plan for how and what data will be migrated from legacy systems. Learn five secrets for your EMR migration that help you access all your patient historical data, drive clinical adoption, eliminate risks by ensuring data compliance, and keep your migration on-time and under budget.
Pat McKinney, Senior Application Analyst at Valley Medical Center discusses the five steps to avoiding EHR migration pitfalls and how to keep your EHR migration on time and under budget.