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...

Webinar: 5 things you must know about retiring Legacy EHRs

Webinar: 5 things you must know about retiring Legacy EHRs

Free Live Webinar 11/15/2018, Thursday 1.30 PM to 2.10 PM Eastern   Did you change your EHR system or planning to change soon? Are you acquiring new facilities into your group? What to do with the historical medical and financial records in the legacy EHR? What data should be migrated to new EMR?...

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 ...

Practice Fusion Proves There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Practice Fusion Proves There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Practice Fusion, the largest cloud-based electronic health records (EHR) platform in the U.S., hit the scenes in 2005 with one big advantage; it was free. As you can imagine, this widely contributed to its success, as free is a stark contrast to the generally very expensive price tags that come a...

All You Need to Know About Archiving Your Patient Data

All You Need to Know About Archiving Your Patient Data

Archiving data from your EHR isn’t as scary as it sounds. However, there are precautions that need to be taken and rules that must be followed in order to ensure you don’t lose any precious patient data as well as meet the necessary legal standards. Data conversion generally refers to moving ...

The 3 Steps of Data Conversion

The 3 Steps of Data Conversion

EHR data conversion isn’t always easy to wrap your head around. After all, if you don’t work in the health IT field it may have never come up before. However, it’s a crucial part of any healthcare organization. This is why we at Triyam want you to understand what data conversion is, as well...