Harrison Memorial Hospital

Problem Solved

Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) recently upgraded its Electronic Health Record (EHR) to MEDITECH 6.15 while also acquiring 6 primary physician practices that utilized 6 separate eClinicalWorks EHRs. But how was HMH going to consolidate the information from these disparate EHRs into a single, accessible repository and make it available “in patient context” via its new MEDITECH 6.15 system?

BridgeHead Software extracted and migrated the data from the 6 inherited EHRs, indexing and ingesting the patient information into its Independent Clinical Archive, HealthStore®. By providing HMH with a centralized repository, clinicians and support staff are now able to access patient data as part of an enterprise patient record all surfaced through the new, MEDITECH platform – ultimately, providing data to those that need it, when they need it, at the point of care.

Why BridgeHead?

  • Best-of-breed solution for HMH, providing them with access to all patient data they need at the point of care
  • Breadth of experience and excellent reputation in the market
  • Confident that the BridgeHead team and its solution could help solve the unique pressures and opportunities HMH faced in consolidating, storing, protecting and sharing patient information

Hospital Profile

  • Regional Medical Center, based in Kentucky
  • Locally owned and controlled, not-for-profit facility
  • Using BridgeHead’s Independent Clinical Archive, HealthStore®, to consolidate, store, protect and share patient data

“As we continue to expand and potentially acquire other practices, we don’t have to be concerned with how we handle inherited systems and their data. HealthStore is now in place to ingest any patient or administrative information we need that will best serve our physicians and patients: from consultation to diagnosis and treatment; inpatient or outpatient services.

Martha Sullivan

Chief Information Officer, Harrison Memorial Hospital

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