EHR data conversion is the process of taking data from a legacy electronic health record system and transferring it to a new system.EHR data conversion can either be performed manually or through an automated process. Manual data conversion carries a significant risk of data manipulation. As a result, many healthcare organizations choose automated EHR data conversion when working with large sets of data. Read More
As healthcare IT leaders know, there is no shortage of options when it comes to IT partners to help design and implement your technology roadmap. Deciding which partner is right for your hospital, health system, or practice can be an overwhelming task and depends significantly on what your challenges and goals are.
In today’s technology environment all data is at risk. For many people, awareness of the danger starts and stops at the smartphone and laptop level. News stories have drawn ample attention to the possibility of devices been lost or left behind, making their contents readily available to those who might use them for less than savory purposes.
In a world where more information is housed online than in security deposit boxes, it is a wise move for senior housing executives to evaluate data security for their communities. But when it comes to data security, how can executives know what is important and what is optional? Since many senior care communities operate without a designated IT staff or department, it can be difficult to know best practices for senior housing data security. Here are just a few reasons why executives should invest in technology with stringent and specialized data security support. Read More
In this data-driven age, the ability to safeguard personal information and digital business assets is critical. This is true across the business environment in general and no less so in the world of senior housing.
With the pace of healthcare technology, many senior living operations might feel it’s better to wait for the next big wave before surfing into investment. But when you take a look around, top providers are already speeding along and leaving stragglers behind.
Human beings seek connections with others. As a result, we have used our technological marvels to connect to one another. And just as a connected community thrives in a challenging environment, connected seniors also enjoy the benefits of greater health and wellness.
How exactly does technology connect older people, and how can those connections help to keep them healthy?
Chip Caraway Brings Expertise to Health IT Company’s Initiative to Expand Its Services
ST. LOUIS, MO–(February 22, 2016) – Keystone Technologies, a leading force in health IT and senior care technology solutions, announced it has hired data conversion specialist Chip Caraway as a Data Architect. The move is part of a larger initiative by Keystone Technologies to expand its data conversion services.