Best Practices for Meditech EHR Data Migration & Archival

Best Practices for Meditech EHR Data Migration & Archival

Did you change your EHR system or planning to change soon? Are you acquiring new facilities in your group? What to do with the historical medical and financial records in the legacy EHR? What data should be migrated to new EMR? What are state requirements for data retention? You need a data extra...

Things you need to know when moving to a New EHR

Things you need to know when moving to a New EHR

Did you change your EHR system or planning to change soon? Are you acquiring new facilities in your group? What to do with the historical medical and financial records in the legacy EHR? What data should be migrated to new EMR? What are state requirements for data retention?  You need a data ext...

Successful Networking at HIMSS Kentucky-Indiana

Successful Networking at HIMSS Kentucky-Indiana

Networking with other HIT professionals and leading healthcare administrators is a critical part of our culture at Triyam. The desire to collaborate with others is precisely why we attended and sponsored the HIMSS Kentucky-Indiana conference on April 4th and 5th. We hope you had the chance to sto...


Connect with Triyam at HIMSS Kentucky-Indiana

Connect with Triyam at HIMSS Kentucky-Indiana

Are you heading to the HIMSS Kentucky-Indiana conference on April 4th and 5th? The team at Triyam is attending this conference to connect with other healthcare and HIT professionals. We believe that connection and collaboration are critical to our role and continued ability to serve our clients. ...

How to Get Your Data Back From EHR Vendors Who Fail to Comply

How to Get Your Data Back From EHR Vendors Who Fail to Comply

No one is perfect. Even large technology companies make mistakes. However, if your EHR vendor fails to comply with The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, you might start thinking of changing EHRs. Here is some essential information you need to know on how...



Archiving Historic EHR Data

Archiving Historic EHR Data

There are many moving parts and decisions to be made when archiving historical EHR data. Who better to learn from than leading industry experts who can share key lessons on data management strategies. In this recorded webinar, you will discover a few ways for migrating your data to the new EHR an...

5 things you must know about retiring Legacy EHRs

5 things you must know about retiring Legacy EHRs

Changing your EHR system can leave you with many questions. You might be wondering what to do with historical medical and financial records stored in the legacy system or what data you should migrate to the new EHR. No matter what your questions might be, you need a data extraction, conversion, a...

Next Steps to Take After the Health Current Summit

Next Steps to Take After the Health Current Summit

Connecting with other HIT partners to discuss and share our efforts to create cutting edge technology is critical. Triyam strives to provide expert solutions in healthcare data archival systems, which means we need to connect with healthcare facilities, providers and other HIT professionals to ad...

Understanding EHR Data Retention Requirements for Your State

Understanding EHR Data Retention Requirements for Your State

Record retention sounds simple. You keep the records for a set amount of time to provide information about your patient’s care and health history to other healthcare professionals. However, underneath this simplistic view of data retention requirements lies state and federal laws, medical assoc...

5 Reasons You Need an Archival System for Your Legacy EHRs

5 Reasons You Need an Archival System for Your Legacy EHRs

Getting a new EHR is exciting. You can quickly get wrapped up in the bells and whistles of the new system. Before you get too deep in into the new – you need to consider the status of your legacy EHRs and how to safeguard both employee and patient data. It’s critical that you recognize […]...

The Physician Has Left the Building: Now What?

The Physician Has Left the Building: Now What?

It’s no secret that managing medical records is a full-time job in and of itself. There are retention policies to adhere to, HIPAA regulations you have to meet, and system upgrades to perform just to name a few. But who manages a physician’s medical records when he/she is no longer in the pic...

State wise EHR Data retention requirements

Federal and state laws require healthcare facilities to retain medical and financial reports for 5 to 15 years and make these reports available to patients and others upon request. Keeping these records will help to avoid penalties, fines, and loss of certifications. Use this tool to find the EHR...

Mergers, Acquisitions and Data, Oh My!

Mergers, Acquisitions and Data, Oh My!

Although the healthcare industry has seen a substantial surge in mergers and acquisitions over the past decade, they aren’t really anything new. Healthcare providers have been consolidating rapidly for at least the past 25 years. However, the types of mergers we’re seeing now are of a differe...

KLAS Research on EHR Data Archival

KLAS Research on EHR Data Archival

Dissatisfaction runs rampant among EHR buyers. In fact, according to reports issued by KLAS, 40% of physician offices and 50% of large hospitals have changed or are in the process of changing EHR vendors. These changes are often necessary to meet the needs of patients and physicians, but they als...


Accounts Receivable & Your New EHR: 5 Steps to Success

Accounts Receivable & Your New EHR: 5 Steps to Success

Accounts receivable is often one of the most difficult parts of transitioning to a new EHR. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Today’s ever-changing healthcare climate puts heavy demands on organizations. They’re consistently encouraged to increase patient engagement, keep up with the never ...