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EMC Documentum Clinical Archiving—part of the EMC Documentum Integrated Patient Record (IPR) solution suite—satisfies the information-management and cost challenges healthcare organizations are facing. It enables organizations to comply with regulatory requirements, maintain long-term patient records, and retire clinical legacy system applications to reduce costs and maintenance. And while Clinical Archiving is designed to reduce the cost of data safeguarding and preservation, organizations also benefit from improved patient outcomes and enhanced productivity by giving clinicians live access to archived records.
With Clinical Archiving, EMC delivers a scalable, compliant, and cost-effective vendor-neutral solution that seamlessly integrates with clinical systems and preserves all forms of information—regardless of source, location or format. Clinical Archiving promotes greater clinical efficiency and coordination across the continuum of care by being available anytime, anywhere.
Clinical Archiving gives users live, on demand access to all archived patient records, documents and images—eliminating the need to navigate multiple systems and user interfaces. Users are able to see a complete view of patient history, diagnosis and treatment when and where they are most needed—at the point of care.
With Clinical Archiving, organizations can decommission legacy systems while retaining the information from these systems in a cost-effective, compliant archive. Clinical Archiving is not limited to legacy decommissioning, but also plays a vital role in the management of your production systems. Clinical Archiving empowers organizations to periodically archive inactive data to reduce the load placed on current production systems and improve overall system performance.