Best Practices for Managing Legacy Data in Your Organization

Date & Time

Wednesday, May 25th | 1:00pm ET



This presentation will cover the role that legacy data plays in a healthcare organization and the considerations for Health Information Management. A changing landscape of regulations, such as the 21st Century Cures Act, require the healthcare organization to stay up to date and manage risk around data retention and access. Speaker will discuss options for managing legacy data that can streamline Release of Information and purge workflows while maintaining compliance.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand risks associated with legacy data
  • Identify actions for preparing for the 21st Century Cures Act
  • Understand options for ROI and purge workflows for legacy data

Planned Length of Presentation

45 minute presentation + 15 Q&A


Bridget Group

Bridget Group, JD

Corporate Counsel, Harmony Healthcare IT

Bridget serves Harmony Healthcare IT as Privacy Officer and corporate counsel. She has over 6 years of health information technology experience, working in solution planning, project and program management, and legal analysis. As a consultant at Cerner Corporation, Bridget simultaneously led solution implementation for numerous clients. Bridget transitioned implementation skills into project management for Harmony Healthcare IT clients. During law school, Bridget worked as a legal analyst, and upon graduation, moved into the Corporate Compliance role.
When not working, Bridget enjoys traveling, watching TV and hanging out with her husband, family and friends.