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Legacy Data Archiving 2019
A First Look at a Changing Market

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Mergers, acquisitions, and the purchase of new IT solutions leave many healthcare organizations with legacy systems on their hands. Methods for handling these systems have matured over time, with many organizations today choosing to retire the systems and archive their data. 85% of organizations who have gone this route report positive financial impacts (and many others expect financial benefits in the future). However, the data-archiving vendor market is expanding as new vendors enter the field and current vendors broaden their expertise and offerings. How can organizations find the vendor that best suits their needs? Focused on the current state of the market—yet acknowledging its fluid nature—this report explores (1) the breadth of each vendor’s KLAS-validated archiving experience; (2) customer satisfaction with the data-migration process; and (3) customer satisfaction with the accuracy and accessibility of the legacy data.

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Key Findings

  1. Harmony & High-Performing MediQuant Deliver Broad Expertise; ELLKAY Delivers High Satisfaction with Narrower but Expanding Expertise
  2. Data Migration: Miscommunication Delays for MediQuant and Galen Customers; LDA Satisfies by Adjusting to Customer Needs
  3. Data Accuracy and Accessibility: ELLKAY Less Aligned with User Workflows
  4. Vendor Bottom Lines
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