Triyam helps hospitals archive historical patient data from legacy EHRs to a less expensive archive, helping them stay compliant and save money.
When healthcare facilities change to new EHR, the historical patient data is not copied over from the old EHR to new EHR. So, they end up maintaining the legacy system to stay compliant to data retention regulations. Triyam helps hospitals and health systems archive the historical patient data from the legacy EHR to a less expensive EHR archive. This helps hospitals decommission the legacy system and save money.
When a hospital transitions to a new Electronic Health Record (EHR), Triyam extracts the old data from the legacy EHR system and converts it to a vendor neutral format, uploads to Triyam’s SaaS product ‘Fovea EHR Archive’. In Fovea, providers can search for a patient and view or download historical medical data, this keeps them compliant to state laws on data retention and saves money as they decommission legacy EHR.
Healthcare providers change to new EHR every ten years. All the historical patient data is not copied over from the old EHR to new EHR as new EHR vendors prefer to start with a clean slate. Healthcare providers need to keep the historical data for state and HIPAA compliance, continuity of care and release of information. Since the historical data is ‘stuck’ in the old EHR, although providers moved on to a new EHR, they end up maintaining the legacy EHR system, at double the cost! The same problem arises when health systems acquire hospitals with legacy EHRs.
Triyam helps hospitals and health systems archive the historical patient data from the legacy EHR and decommission the old system. This helps to stay compliant and saves money as facilities need not maintain multiple EHRs. Triyam stores historical patient data in a vendor neutral format in its SaaS product ‘Fovea EHR Archive’. In Fovea, providers can search for a patient and view or download historical medical data. A brief video presentation is here.
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