Today’s patients are tech-savvy consumers who are calling the shots about their own healthcare, demanding a new level of patient engagement. Healthcare delivery models must shift to survive.Read It Now
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Cost-effectively retain legacy patient information while enhancing the value of your EMR investment. Fund patient care innovation by reducing legacy clinical system & application costs.Watch Video
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Reducing IT costs is a top priority. Learn how healthcare organizations can significantly reduce IT costs by decommissioning obsolete systems and archiving structured and unstructured clinical data documents.Learn more »
Accessing imaging data and related clinical content can be difficult. Find out about the EMC approach to Image and Content Management, redefining how unstructured content is managed and stored.Learn more »
Being able to enhance the value from your EMR is critical. Learn how EMC helps meet the patient information challenge with a solution that allows the capture of all structured and unstructured content types to complete the transition from paper to electronic patient records.
Creating an archive for patient information to comply with regulatory requirements is a challenge. Learn about EMC's approach to maitaining long-term patient records, and retiring clinical legacy applications.
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New IDC Report explores Clinical Research in the Health Data Convergence Era. Vast amount of data pushed and pulled from a hyper-connected patient ecosystem is an unprecedented opportunity for insights. EMC helps take advantage of information -- being the Connective Tissue to Integrated Care.Learn more »
Watch University Hospitals of Birmingham (UHB) discuss how this leading British university teaching hospital improved efficiency in its medical records department.