Regional Health: The importance of manual abstraction during EHR migration

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May 3, 2022, 5:26 PM

When Regional Health, an integrated healthcare system with five hospitals and 24 clinics scattered across western South Dakota, made the decision to migrate the entire organization to a single electronic health record (EHR), they wanted to make the transition as seamless as possible for their providers and clinical staff.

Manual abstraction of clinical data was a key component of their strategy to ensure that providers would have the information required to avoid redundancies and errors, as well as to protect patient safety and enhance health outcomes.

Download this case study to learn how Regional Health was able to build in manual abstraction as part of their plan to reassure providers they would have the access to the data they needed where they needed when the new system went live.


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