Moving data from legacy systems to a new system can be labor intensive. For those healthcare companies that have already begun or completed the process, they understand just how understated that comment is. The entire process of moving data for healthcare professionals is far more complex than for many other industries, namely due to regulatory and legal requirements to protect the integrity of patient information and data.
These days, it seems everyone and everything is “going mobile.” Mobile devices have become an essential component of life in modern America, yet not all senior living communities have adopted these technologies.
There is no better time than now to consider what will happen during a disaster. The global pandemic known as coronavirus is affecting nearly every community and every walk of life, not just in the U.S., but around the world. But for a healthcare company such as a hospital, nursing home, or clinic, what will happen when disaster strikes?