One of the nation’s most prestigious academic medical centers – Vanderbilt University Medical Center® – has chosen Trinisys to implement ClearViewHRV® – a legacy data migration and archive technology solution.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, who recently went live on Epic®, sees more than two million patients each year. With this amount of volume, it was necessary for the medical center to consolidate all patient data from their numerous legacy systems, and place it into an easy-to-use centralized historic record viewer, ClearViewHRV.
With ClearViewHRV being seamlessly embedded as a combined view in the organization’s current EHR environment, Vanderbilt will no longer need to search through multiple systems to track down patient records – wasting time and compromising security. Trinisys is providing Vanderbilt with at-your-fingertips access to complete, historical patient records.
Trinisys is honored to be working with Vanderbilt University Medical Center as we strive to reach the same goal of improving the healthcare in communities across the nation.
To schedule a demo with one of our team members, or to find out more about ClearViewHRV, please visit www.trinisys.com.
About Trinisys ClearViewHRV
Trinisys ClearViewHRV, proven in some of the largest healthcare settings, is a complete, affordable solution for retiring legacy clinical systems. ClearViewHRV provides easy and secure access to historical data delivering measurable benefits, such as: removing the arduous task of retrieving historical information stored in disparate non-strategic systems; eliminating the costs of retaining those systems; and streamlining medical record requests for information. ClearViewHRV’s portal is quickly customizable and allows access through one centralized viewer embedded with the corporate EHR system.
About Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is one of the nation’s leading academic medical centers and is the largest comprehensive health system in Tennessee. Its core missions are the delivery of patient care, performing biomedical research and training future leaders in healthcare. In 2018, U.S. News & World Report named VUMC to the ‘Honor Roll’ of the nation’s top 20 hospitals with 10 nationally-ranked adult specialty programs. Also in 2018, U.S. News also named the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt among the nation’s ‘Best Children’s Hospitals’ with 10 out of 10 pediatric specialty programs nationally ranked. In its most recent fiscal year, VUMC experienced more than 2.2 million patient encounters and provided more than $613 million in charity care and other community benefits to persons in Middle Tennessee. For more information and the latest news follow VUMC on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and in the VUMC Reporter.
Elise Van Blaricum