EMR to EMR MigrationMigrations
You Have Chosen a New EMR / EHR? Fantastic!
A major consideration will be how to move existing data from your source database into the patients’ charts in your new EMR/ EHR.
Keying the data manually is slow, expensive and susceptible to human error. A manual migration requires the involvement of expensive, high-level employees and takes their time away from their primary task of assisting patients.
THE FOLLOWING DATA ELEMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR MIGRATION DEPENDING ON THE SOURCE AND DESTINATION PLATFORM
- Advance directives
- Observations, including lab results, vitals and histories
- Scanned images
- Documents and notes
- Data from homegrown EMRs
- Demographic information – referring providers, insurance carriers, billing data, etc.
- And many others