Health data archival checklist
Health data is coming from all directions, and providers are grappling with how to handle all this data. One component of data management is archival, moving inactive data into more long-term storage. As simple as this sounds, there are many aspects of health data archival to consider, including access and security.
This health data archival checklist from 314e will highlight archival projects’ major considerations, such as inspection of available data, migration of data, data storage requirements, access to archived data, disposal and destruction of data, and hidden costs.
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