The James Graham Brown Cancer Center had digitized the past 10 years' worth of patient records with much success, giving doctors and patients access to the information they needed when and where they wanted it. Yet, the center still had a large amount of older legacy paper documents — many of which still applied to patients currently receiving care.
These documents created numerous issues, such as:
The Brown Cancer Center knew that digitizing all their old files would solve many of their problems. However, they needed a process that would give them access to the paper records during the electronic conversion, along with airtight chain of custody and quality assurance.
Guided by strong research, treatment and prevention programs, The James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville Hospital attracts some of the best minds available to fight the war on cancer. So when Kentucky residents need world-class treatment, they can get it right in their own home state.
The Brown Cancer Center was so pleased at the results and had so much confidence in the backups, they gave us the go-ahead to destroy all of the legacy files.