What We Do
HIPAA-compliant storage of protected health information (PHI) as well as employee or business data from legacy software.
Meet data retention requirements, cut costs and fortify cybersecurity defenses by consolidating information silos with a healthcare data archiving and storage solution designed to provide secure, easy access to legacy patient, employee or business records.
This active archive, with an easy-to-use interface and rich workflows, is intended for daily use by a variety of users.
Release of information, addenda and record purging/destruction workflows
Patient-context Single Sign-On record access from the go-forward EHR
Collection workflows and agency management of transaction files for AR wind down
Access to employee records like W2s, payroll, time and attendance, OSHA, exposures, etc.
Post charges, adjustments, and refunds to wind down archived patient A/R records with Transaction Posting Module. When bundled with Collection Agency Management, receives and auto-posts inbound transaction files from outsourced collection agencies.
View or share lab results, flow sheets, growth charts or other clinical data to make informed care decisions.
Search across structured data to fetch clear and concise results.
Group, expand or collapse data and document categories for optimal user display preferences.
Strike-thru errors, upload addenda and link duplicate accounts to ensure accurate record storage.
Generate standard audit reports with record access date and time stamps at the user or patient level.
HealthData Archiver™ is able to provide a complete cloud based medical image archive that includes a comprehensive DICOM Viewer in the standard Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine image format. This solution supports multiple modalities including radiology, cardiology, oncology and more.
Create and store unlimited notes and make comments according to HIPAA requirements.
Filter records and use templates to efficiently comply with ROI requests on-demand or in-bulk.
Restrict and audit user activities by individual user, role, group, and/or data source. Includes Break the Glass capabilities.
Quickly configure your views to search across multiple data points with easy to use sorting and filtering.
Link historical patient records to a Master Patient Index (MPI). This greatly reduces manual or fuzzy logic patient matching, thereby increasing patient context accuracy when accessing patient records via Single Sign-On and establishing a foundation for interoperability and future integration projects.
After establishing the MPI foundation with historical patient records in HealthData ArchiverTM, leverage HealthData IntegratorTM to update the historical patient ID with the go-forward EHR, using a form of HL7 to link and unlink records when a merge or unmerge request has taken place keeping both systems in sync.
Pre-define required reports as a part of the data storage planning process. Connect an ODBC/JDBC reporting, analytics, or business intelligence tool of choice (e.g., Crystal Reports®, Qlik®, Tableau®, Microsoft Power BI, SAP®), to make data dictionary and schema available to technical resources who then self-serve on-demand.
Eliminate the need for manual login by seamlessly connecting clinicians from the active EHR, in context, to the patient’s historical medical record. Available for most major EMR brands. Oauth/OpenID, Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML 2.0) and other formats supported.
Ensure that archived data within HealthData Archiver™ is monitored for unusual activity and compliance through an integrated third-party monitoring platform like FairWarning. The solution captures audit activity from login to logout so administrators can rest assured the privacy and security of protected health information is covered.
Note: Some features and options shown on this page require additional costs.
A roadmap for healthcare providers engaged in determining and implementing best practices for managing legacy data.
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