Data can fundamentally transform the future of healthcare. The challenge however, is to free data from the silos in which it exists. DRIS, not only helps decommission legacy technology and consolidate data, but also mitigates the challenge of accessing data from disparate systems.
CITI Healthcare’s Data Retention & Interoperability Solution - DRIS, has been designed to decommission legacy applications, resulting in reduced operational costs. DRIS is the right choice for organizations grappling with the rising costs of maintaining legacy applications, while trying to provide better health outcomes and experiences.
DRIS can archive Clinical, Patient accounting, Images, Payer, supply chain, ERP and ancillary data.
Interface and ETL Platform
Canonical Data Model
Multi Modular and Domain
Database and Cloud Agnostic
DRIS is a HIPAA compliant, standards-based, light-weight, vendor-neutral, and comprehensive repository. It is designed to archive electronic Protected Health Information (PHI) from all major enterprise databases, including; clinical, financial, human resources, payroll, ancillary payer, documents, images, and ERP applications. DRIS uses the Data Lakes ‘store-everything’ approach to allow for the storage and quick retrieval of large sets of diverse data types, which can then be processed by open sourced frameworks such as Hadoop.
DRIS allows the data to be viewed within the EHR at the point of care through its simple yet rich graphical user interface (GUI). An integrated document viewer enables viewing documents and images in various formats such as PDF, JPG, PNG, TIFF, RTF etc. DRIS also has a built-in scanning and OCR feature, and can generate PDF (PAMI) and CCDA documents from clinical information. Roles and authorizations can be customized to allow clinicians access to relevant data through their EHR, while other users such as HIM and Legal can access it directly. DRIS also makes it easy to generate reports, run queries, make parameter changes, and add filters to visualize the data, while complex processing runs in the background.
The financial gains from decommissioning legacy systems with DRIS are attributed to decreasing or eliminating legacy system licenses, weekly overhead for data management, legal discovery requests, loss of productivity, hardware and infrastructure maintenance costs, among other factors. The result is cost savings and an increased productivity by interacting with CITI Healthcare’s vendor-neutral archival solution.
DRIS can follow both subscription and perpetual license based model, 24/7 support and fixed maintenance cost regardless of the number of applications decommissioned. The organization only bears a one-time professional services cost of data extraction per application.
The graph below provides a summary of DRIS' ROI value, as a result of archiving legacy applications over the period of 5 years
DRIS has been implemented by leading healthcare institutions who are saving millions of dollars while streamlining provider workflows, securing legacy data, harnessing the power of predictive analytics and trends, and satisfying compliance and regulatory requirements.