Are you upgrading EHR systems and want to get a perspective on what to expect? Well, it’s a lot like switching operating systems. Let’s say you finally decide to kick your old laptop to the curb and get that shiny new one you’ve had your eye on for months. Good for you! Now what? That […]...
Wouldn’t it be nice to just wave a magic wand and move all the data from our old EHR to the new computer system? Unfortunately, it’s just not that easy. Some people are surprised to learn that their new EHR vendor won’t convert all their historic data to the new computer system, but there a...
Medical records retention policy by State
Staying compliant in EHR transition
Consolidating EHR data when acquiring new facilities
Many of you may have already heard of (or unfortunately experienced first hand) the sticker shock when you implement a new EHR. Unfortunately the bad news does not stop with just setting up the new system. Once the new EHR is implemented, try asking the vendor to share their data with your other ...
Providers are responsible for retaining medical history
Practices with retiring providers must retain medical history
Strategies for managing legacy data when changing EHRs
Helping with EHR change management
Many states require a minimum of five years of patient data retention
When replacing EHRs, Triyam can assist with Data Extraction, Conversion and Archival
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