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With a goal to bring new treatments and medications to patients, research teams rely on health data. Clinical research wouldn’t be possible without open relational data that can be searched, synthesized, and analyzed. Legacy health data enables research teams to forge ahead with actionable data insights to launch new drugs and devices that improve lives. Plus, with additional demands such as tracking major virus outbreaks, staying abreast of the latest information on treatments and vaccines, tracking patient diagnoses and treatments across multiple providers, the role of health data has never been more critical.
Having access to consolidated legacy medical data, formerly stored in siloed EHR and laboratory systems, is vital to keeping research programs moving forward. As the first-to-market innovator of legacy data management solutions, Harmony Healthcare IT’s HealthData ArchiverTM provides research teams with the full clinical narrative that can be readily found, accessed and sorted while it is fully protected within a single, easy-to-use platform.
“When a detective calls with a serial number from a hip implant screw from a decade earlier, and you are able to simply search four terabytes of legacy data to identify a dead body… Archiving can be a super hero.”
Harmony Healthcare IT stores data long-term—no matter which data source type it came from—as close to its native format as possible. That means that discrete data elements from the source will be stored discretely versus as images or scanned documents. That discrete data will be made available through bookmarks in HealthData ArchiverTM sorted by date, dose, etc. For example, all extracted metadata from the patient medication list can be viewed in HealthData ArchiverTM.
Data stored on the HealthData ArchiverTM platform is available for reporting, mining, and analysis. Data can be both consolidated and remain independent across source applications archived. HealthData ArchiverTM database views and schema are accessible and non-proprietary. Any ODBC-compliant business analysis or reporting tool (e.g., Business Objects, Qlik or Tableau) can be used to access stored data and generate output for research.
Research and medical teams can export data in a wide variety of industry-standard formats and templates for sharing and interoperability using best practices. Legacy data may be exported from HealthData ArchiverTM and shared to population health management applications, data warehouses, APIs, dashboard/visualization tools (i.e., Qlik, Tableau, Microsoft Power BI, SAP Business Objects, SYTRUE, etc.), HIEs, research teams, and more. The output may be in a variety of forms such as FHIR, CCD, HL7, JSON, CSV flat files, and others.
With HealthData ArchiverTM, users can group, expand or collapse data and document categories for optimal user display preferences. Quickly configure your views to search across multiple data points with easy to use sorting and filtering. Search across structured and unstructured data at any level of your archive to fetch clear and concise results.
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